Industrial design / product design / industrial design
Industrial designers create products or systems that can be industrially manufactured: from ski boots to ticket machines, from drills to laptops, from cars to helicopters. They work in interdisciplinary development teams and move in the border area between business, technology, ecology, art and culture.
Industrial designers are freelance workers and work independently in their own offices, interdisciplinary design cooperatives or as employees in in-house design departments in industry, in design offices and design agencies.
Pforzheim University, HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Art Academy Halle Burg Giebichenstein,
Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (Diploma), Muthesius University of Kiel, University of Munich, University of Wuppertal,
Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen, HBK-Braunschweig, HS Magdeburg, HS-Osnabrück, OTH Regensburg,
HTW Berlin, Muthesius KH-Kiel, TU-Dresden (technical design), ABK-Stuttgart (diploma)
International universities popular with our participants:
FH Joanneum (Graz), Die Angewandte, Vienna
These working examples were created by the following participants:
Katharina Kohllöffel, Diana Heimerdinger, Phillip Wissel, Amelie Ikas, Jakob Tiefenbacher, Matthias Alber