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  • Date: 27-01-2016, 13:41
27-01-2016, 13:41

Product Design: How to Turn a Product Idea into a Formal "Design"

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Product Design: How to Turn a Product Idea into a Formal "Design"

Product Design: How to Turn a Product Idea into a Formal "Design"
Duration: 1hr 35m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 775 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

In this class, I'll walk you through the process of turning your product idea into a product design.

If your goal is to ultimately produce and sell a product, it's not enough just to have an idea, or even samples and sketches. In order to work with factories and suppliers, you'll need a formal design, which includes specifications, documentation, and professional renderings and samples. You'll also want to perform product-testing on your design, and incorporate feedback from potential users.
This class is NOT just for creative-types or design-savy students! We'll also talk about the design professionals who can assis you with the technical parts of the creative process.
What You'll Learn
You will go through a step-by-step design process that includes outlining concepts, creating visuals, selecting materials, sampling, gathering feedback, choosing colors & finishes, creating design documents and more.
*Outlining. I'll discuss the importance of outlining your product idea and what to think through.
*Doing Research. I'll walk you through different ways to find inspiration and collect your research.
*Renderings. I'll show you how to go about creating rough sketches or renderings of your product design.
*Identifying Materials. I'll review various sources for materials and how to get swatches and samples.
*Creating Samples. I'll discuss how to create both rough and final prototypes.
*Testing. I'll talk about gathering feedback and how to properly test your design.
*Creating Documents. I'll dive into how to create the documents that a supplier will need to reproduce your design.
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