Industrial design is a profession that involves creating real goods and services that are utilized on a daily basis by millions of people all over the world. Industrial designers frequently work on much more during a development cycle than just the physical look, functionality, and manufacturability of a product, but these are the areas where they typically concentrate.
Every item you regularly use in your home, workplace, educational institution, or public space is the outcome of a design process. An industrial designer makes a variety of decisions throughout this process with the goal of making your life better through well-executed design.
With our teaching approach, students are not only encouraged to learn but also to increase their creative zeal and industrial knowledge through practical exercises. Putting ideas into practice, students will explore more practical activities and resolve authentic problems. Over the course of time, students will be molded strong & confident with fundamentals like basic geometry, representation of shadow and highlights, before you step up to advance concepts like form study, color finish and materials, product process, human ergonomics.
Students submit a graduation project by the conclusion of their final year that displays all the knowledge and abilities they have acquired and refined throughout the course of the programme. They finish their industrial design bachelor programme with a jury evaluating their work, prepared for a reputable placements.
DOT is confident in its ability to provide students with quality education with our renowned faculty from prestigious universities, industry professionals serving as advisers, regular syllabus updates, and industry-viable infrastructure. Enrolling in our industrial design course will enable you to polish your talents and get ready with a wide range of employment options.
DOT is well equipped to be placed with a premium placement cell helping students find their professional spaces.
Industrial Design is a broad spectrum of field and discipline, they can also concentrate in any specific field as a designer like product designer, automobile designer, toy designer, ceramic designer, furniture designer, user experience designer, design researcher, interaction designer, package designer, accessory designer etc.
D-SPARC is a design-focused community of ambitious and passionate problem solvers who have a pragmatic yet futuristic approach to research and development. D-SPARC aspires to mold and shape its members to be responsible creators, participative collaborators and successful leaders.
In order to enroll in the Industrial Design course at DOT, which has a limited number of seats, we require certain competencies from our students. Such as Visualization techniques, Innovation And Creativity, a Very good eye for detail, Observational Techniques, Communication Proficiency, Business knowledge, Visual thinking, Persuasiveness, and understanding of both traditional and contemporary industry trends.
Industrial Design is a professional course with a duration of four years. In the first year, students learn the fundamentals of design thinking modules. They acquire a complete knowledge of the core technicalities during the second year. As they move to the third year, designers get well-versed in digital tools and design processes. Students get equipped for their own start-up or quality placement by reaching the final year.
Industrial design teaches candidates to create aesthetically appealing and functional products at the same time. During the course, designers learn to combine the theoretical concepts of processes and materials with practical design experience. Thus, Bachelor’s in Industrial Design is an interesting and awesome field for people who have a passion for creative design.
The minimum requirement for admission to a design institute is to complete twelfth grade or an equivalent diploma. Or else a tenth grade along with a diploma degree is required to enter any reputed design institute. Since it is a professional course, it is impossible to get enrolled without the basic criteria for admission.
As Industrial Design offers a wide range of opportunities in various fields after completing the course, it is considered as a great career choice. A student, after finishing four years of B.Des course in Industrial Design can become a designer in automobiles, ceramic, user experience, furniture, package, accessory, interaction, etc.
After completing the minimum criteria to get admission to a design institute, the student must take the DOT-DAT. It is a design aptitude test that is mandatory for any student, without which they will not be able to get an entry into the university or college. The selection mode purely depends on the student’s score acquired in DOT-DAT.