This series of interviews with the chairs of top American industrial design programs offers an invaluable assessment of the state of design education in September 2014.
Our job is to design products—anything and everything that's mass-produced—from Ferraris to toasters, from furniture to television sets.
When you're looking at the different design schools, you'll want to consider the location, the facilities, the faculty, as well as the philosophy.
The NEA's authoritative report on the economic impact of industrial design in the US.
Julia Davids' firsthand account of her experience at Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (a.k.a. d.school) could well be an inside look at any design school.
Allan Chochinov breaks down what every design student needs to know. Fast.
In honor of the start of the school year, Core77 has put together the definitive set of tips, tricks, and lifehacks for design students.
Daniel Stillman elaborates on his five-step approach to the design process.
In this series of guest columns, Dr. James Self ruminates on the evolving tools of design and their influence on the discipline itself.
Pete Zerillo discusses the age-old dilemma for design schools: Train workers, or educate students?
Niti Bhan on the reasons to choose graduate study.
Noting that the PhD is fast becoming the Masters, Dr. Andy Polaine shares his advice on whether or not to make the leap.
Ok, so you made it out of D-School alive. Here's your bulletproof guide to the next step: getting hired.
A guide through the application process with tips, do's and don't's.
These days you need to go beyond the ordinary to make your portfolio stand out. Core77's Stu Constantine provides an overview of what to do and how to excel.
Thinking of a career in design? We've been collecting and reporting salary information from tens of thousands of design and creative professionals for over a decade.
Dive in to years' worth of collective wisdom over at our discussion boards, and don't be shy if you have questions of your own.
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