How do you teach Manufacturing Processes?

The answer to the question is as usual, choose the path: Content ORMethod I have taught this course in the CONTENT way. Yes. Through case studies, through visits to factories, and as a program of activation about how things are made. But this is not about the CONTENT way. On this occasion we did something…… Continue reading How do you teach Manufacturing Processes?

The Flotilla Model

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Source LINK Because we are learner centered. Because we believe education should look like that 10 year old at the skatepark. Because we want to activate the agency of the student. Because we are keen on Astra Nova, 42 Silicon valley, on flipped and on all the hot new ways of learning. Because we also…… Continue reading The Flotilla Model

Useful Leads

(Featured image: Audi Skysphere, Supercar Blondie, LINK) So you are a graduate Industrial designer? Okay graduating industrial designer. How good is your knowledge of contemporary industrial design? Job? Studios? Genres? Countries and contexts of work? Would you travel to work elsewhere? How do you get started? I have nudged you to look at 4 aspects…… Continue reading Useful Leads

ieid: that is industrial design

ieid? Is this the design process? Yes. As a construction based upon reflection on previous project? Yes. Immerse The investigation stage of the project is in reality an immersion – it is a phase of design projects when the student is completely enclosed by information and listens to the ‘experts’ or the ‘affected’ and is…… Continue reading ieid: that is industrial design

Hypothetical and Speculative

(Featured image Credits; Supercar Blondie LINK) When you are still a student. The project is a hypothetical. The project is a speculation. You are apprehensive. Designing for a Panel. Your story will be convoluted. It will be too much. A trying too hard. A project. But will it be an object? Less and less. For…… Continue reading Hypothetical and Speculative