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Ofertas laborales de Diseño Industrial en México

Este articulo del site “Diseño para la interacción” es de 2011, pero, infelizmente el panorama del diseño en México no ha cambiado, sigue siendo más o menos el mismo.

La única actualización necesaria seria para los salários, pero la información puede ser una buena base para empezar a cobrar por tus primeros trabajos. Un articulo muy util para recien-egresados de la carrera.


Hace algunos años, cuando terminé la Licenciatura en Diseño Industrial, lo primero que pensé fue y ¿ahora qué?

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Design Contracts and Agreements

Trust and a good client´s relationship starts with a good contract – agreement for both, this samples might be useful as a guideline, specially if you are new to freelancing.

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Playbook for designers

You might be a great fan of Reddit or Quora, but just imagine a better platform only for designers. It is named Playbook, highly recommended to improve several facets of your design career from students to high level professionals.

Access here.

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Useful resources and organisations promoting equality and justice in design

Organisations and networks 

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Top tips from designers on finding work during uncertain times

While the design industry has suffered during the pandemic, there are some bright spots for those looking for work – particularly among freelance and digital sectors.

By Henry Wong 

The past year has presented many challenges for those working in the creative industry, as widespread cuts resulted in less work and job losses.

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Design Podcasts en español

Apenas los mejores podcasts de diseño votados por otros diseñadores.

Diseño y Diáspora

Diseño en transición



Command Z

Design Talks

Service Design en Español – Diseño y Diáspora


Diseño Cha Cha Cha


Si conoces otro podcast que deba estar aqui, enviamelo por los comentarios, gracias!

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Currnt – Knowledge on demand with a fresh perspective

Currnt – a market intelligence platform for Professionals, Organizations and Consultants who need fresh and relevant insights and perspectives.

You can join for free and earn U$ and as a member you can:

Increase your network with high level professionals around the world

Share knowledge and learn more about your field

Participate in streams (Groups) with topics of your interest

Be invited to participate at paid panels together with other top experts of your field

They have several “streams” or groups to join below: Streams are for limited time only, join asap.

Sustainability in the Textiles and Garments Industry of the Future

The Evolving Startup Environment

The Smart City of the Future

Cities Smart Mobility

Circular economy and sustainable packaging

Small businesses priorities in 2021

The Development of the Chief Marketing Officer of the Future

Next Gen Technology in Channel Sales & Marketing

Rising Prices in the Carbon Credit Marketplace

The future of sustainability for consumers health products



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Machistas, sexistas, sordas o ciegas: cuando las herramientas solo sirven a quien las diseña

El diseño de nuestro entorno sigue teniendo un sesgo racial y de género que, frecuentemente, está hecho a la medida del hombre blanco de mediana edad. Oxímetros calibrados para pieles claras, dispositivos de asistencia cardíaca ajustados para varones o sistemas de reconocimiento facial que fallan ante ojos rasgados son algunos ejemplos.

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D&T9: Kaitlyn Debiasse, Human Factors

Kirsty Thompson

Kaitlyn Debiasse, GSA Product Design Lecturer, took this week’s Design and Technology event. She spoke about human factors, inclusivity, and personalisation within design.

Most products are designed for 50th percentile male of average size and weight. An example of this is cars. For those who do not fall within this small percentage are much more likely to be injured of even killed. In fact, any seatbelt wearing female in a vehicle has 73% greater odds of being seriously injured – yet nothing has been done about it. This really annoys me, why should our lives be risked just because we aren’t of average male size? Why are we still designing for the 50th percentile male? What about females? Children? People who are above and below the average male? An average man is not an average human!

Female Increased Risk of Injury – Estimated increase of risk for moderate injuries in…

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Generative Design Study – Walking Aid

It´s is great how generative design proposals look closer to Nature – organic shapes. Is there any specific reason for that?

Funkifying a Year at MMU - MSc Industrial Digitalisation

For one of the final taught units on the MSc Industrial Digitalisation programme at PrintCity MMU, I was required to perform and document a Generative Design Study using Autodesk Fusion 360 and its Generative Design Workspace.

This was a really rewarding study, having never personally used Fusion 360 before September 2020, let alone exploring the Gen-Design component of the software.

I chose to explore the design of a common medical device – the four-legged Walking Aid.

Device abandonment reported in literature relates to a user’s needs not being met, aesthetically, socially or physically – often leading to complications such an increase in upper extremity joint stress.

Of interest is the potential to factor into the design exact user measurements, such as height and elbow flexion angle, to produce a user centred solution. The resulting design could be produced in a ‘production line of one’, utilising increasingly accessible Additive Manufacturing technology.

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