26 июня, 2018
Changing design disciplines isn’t unheard of, but it comes with its own unique set of challenges and techniques to navigate. Here, JM’s Product & Industrial Designer Hamish Snow delves into how his formative years in industrial design equipped him to make the leap to digital product.
“Ah, so you make sheds?”
When I tell people that I studied industrial design at university, this is the typical response. While not entirely inaccurate, it isn’t hard to see why this particular discipline of design can cause confusion.

So what is the purpose of an industrial designer (if not to craft sheds)? One way to think of it is this: engineers erect bridges, photographers expose images and architects create buildings, but who designs the objects we most frequently use in our day-to-day lives: toothbrushes, chairs, cars and even drones? This is the domain of the industrial designer.
Novel features, delightful functionality, superior ergonomics and arresting aesthetics became the weapons corporations deployed in a fierce consumerist arms race, and central to this was the industrial designer.
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