INDD 822 - Advanced Industrial Design Studio
Students explore projects programmed under the previous semester INDD 815: Advanced Studio Programming. Projects must be relevant in a contemporary socio-cultural, architectural and technological context; employ rigorous design research processes and methodologies; identify user and usability needs/desires; accommodate market opportunities and constraints; explore multiple conceptual solutions in a variety of hand and digital media; build and document models and prototypes; and estimate material and manufacturing costs.
A book, oral and visual presentation and display materials for an exhibition of the student’s work will be required at the completion of the course.
Prerequisite: INDD 810, INDD 815.
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