Though not as comprehensive as CCA's student experience videos, RISD has released a series of video interviews of their summer program attendees. With this year's RISD Summer Series batch of courses starting in late June, prospective attendees may want to hear someone's firsthand experience of what to expect and what that attendee liked about the program. Here's one of the vids:
Though branded as Continuing Ed courses, RISD's Summer Series is also open to high school grads looking to get a leg up on next year's freshmen. Courses in the Art & Design category are spread over Apparel, Architecture, Digital & Media, Drawing & Illustration, Furniture, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Jewelry, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, and Textiles. Check out the full selection here.
Thus far in this series of what ID students had to carry or own in school, we looked at: Drawing Implements, Drawing & Drafting Supplies, Paper and Tools. Of course, none of these items carry and organize themselves. So in addition to whatever backpacks and messenger bags
"This is my ruler. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me my ruler is useless...."
All Industrial Design programs have shops filled with stationary, power and hand tools. But students are still required to carry some basics as we learn the craft of putting things together. Hot Glue GunThe quintessential tool for adhering anything to anything, and the bond was always guaranteed to last until
Insights for climbing the coroporate ladder from Haworth's Global Director of Design & Innovation
Whether you just landed your first industrial design internship, are a Junior designer, or managing a small army of industrial design talent, you've probably wondered how high you'll climb the corporate ladder. Of course, the number of rungs on that ladder will vary depending on the size of the organization.
Sketching, rendering and drafting are such huge parts of industrial design, and all three used to be done on paper. As ID students at Pratt we had to stock a lot of the stuff, and you'd see us riding the subway carrying those huge white plastic Pearl Paint bags filled