Commercial and industrial designers develop and design products, such as cars, home appliances, and toys. They use art, business, and engineering knowledge in their design.
• Draw sketches or blueprints.
• Talk with clients, sales department and engineers.
• Make models.
• Choose materials for the products.
• Investigate the qualities, safety, cost and market of the products.
Where and When:
• They usually work full time in offices.
• Sometimes they meet clients in evenings or on weekends.
What or Who They Work With:
• Production experts
• Marketing specialists
Education and Training:
• Bachelor's degree in industrial design, architecture, or engineering
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