A continuing issue in industrial design education is when to allow students to move from sketch work to 3D CAD modelling during studio practice—or whether to let them use CAD at all! I’ve heard of first year undergraduate modules where students are ‘banned’ from the use of CAD in an attempt to encourage sketchbook work and more explorative conceptual design practice. In my view this approach is somewhat draconian and does little to deal with the underlying reasons that attract less experienced designers to the comparative certainty of 3D CAD.
A quiet but staggering statistic: Eight percent of all men and 0.5 percent of women experience some form of colorblindness.
What can design do to help them?
As designer I’m not crazy about car design as some fellow designers are and as design online curator since 2009 I have seen thousands of car renderings.
However when I saw the work of Chris Dunlop at his instagram I found his work truly amazing because he mix in a very talented way the design and the art field, which is kind of difficult,or you are more engineering or technical or you are an artist, however he balance his gifts in such a way, making it a beautiful artwork that you want in the middle of your lounge even if you are not designer or a car big fan.
I will buy mine soon!
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