This series 'Students of Product Design' is aimed at anyone interested in the product design process. This first episode looks at innovation, how to innovate and how simply changing the structure of the brief can impact on how innovative you can be. This series won't just talk about stuff, the plan is to share with you as many of the things I have learnt in the last 15 years (or so..) as possible through each stage of the design process to help you become far better designers than I can ever be. I'll be looking at research, sketching, model making, portfolios and a whole load of other things. I often think of youtube as a speed learning tool. Have you ever seen the Matrix films where Neo first learns martial arts by uploading a programme to his head or Trinity learns to fly a helicopter in minutes, that's how I see Youtube, Youtube is our version of the Matrix. So this series which is primarily aimed at students studying industrial design, product design or design engineering in university is designed to do just that, give you a knowledge boost to hopefully make your projects, designs, presentations and portfolio a lot better to improve your chances of getting a position as a designer, or your projects if you want to start your own company, anything related to design. I also hope with the content, that everyone will be able to take something away from it as many of the tips I'll give over the course of this series will be applicable to lots of areas of life. There's just isn't enough out there on product design, compared to say cookery shows it's very under provisioned and so I'm trying to redress the balance. I have a lot more planned, so please be patient, stay tuned and follow me, so that you can be alerted to when the next video is launched. www.producttank.co.uk
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Anyone who travels a lot knows how important a good reliable luggage is. What if your luggage is more than a luggage? Here are some of the coolest luggage available now. Product Links USA | Canada 1. Fugu luggage - https://fuguluggage.com/ 2. Barracuda - US Link ►https://amzn.to/2PAoDln 3. G-RO Luggage - https://g-ro.com/ US Link ► https://amzn.to/2RVxVdc 4. Space Case ► http://amzn.to/2IJbDH8 5. Shelfpack Luggage US Link ► https://amzn.to/2RSX5cH 6. Trunkster - https://www.trunkster.co US Link ► https://amzn.to/2ClwJKP Product Design and Ideas Channel features the most interesting products you can buy today. We feature electronics, gadgets, kitchen tools, organization tools, car gadgets, motorcycle and bike accessories, house furniture, bags, bed, mattress, pillows, clothing, shoes and everything else that you can buy online. We post Amazon links so you can easily buy these items. Subscribe for the latest in product designs and ideas!!
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In students of product design episode 5 I look at prototypes and model making. One of the reasons industrial design projects are not successful is because the designer didn't make enough prototypes to test ideas, prove concepts and highlight problems. Industrial designers have to make prototypes. You can never assume that just because something has been done before, you can progress straight to manufacture without prototyping your design. In this video I demonstrate this by designing a pair of pliers. A simple change to the handle means in use it pinches the palm of your hand. A quick prototype highlights this and saves time, money and embarrassment. So you have to do this phase in the design process to identify problems. But this isn't the only reason to prototype. Prototyping and model making is used to develop new mechanisms, test people's opinions, get important feed back in focus groups and trial different user interactions to work out how acceptable or feasible a new method of doing something would be. So for me, a good prototype is not the one that looks the most beautiful or is the most well made, it's the one that answers questions and moves you forward. Sometimes these are the ones that are a complete disaster as much as the ones that work. It can take more thought and effort to work out how to design the prototype to prove your idea, than the actual design itself. James Dyson said he had to make 5127 prototypes to get his first bag-less vacuum cleaner right, which is why today rapid prototyping is so useful, because of how accurately you can create prototypes from the data that will eventually go for manufacture. But rapid prototyping is not always cost effective or practical to use, most companies only have access to machines with relatively small bed sizes, so it's currently not the right method to use when developing anything large. There is still an important need for more traditional techniques. So don't underestimate how many questions you can answer quickly with card, sellotape,pieces of rubbish and Lego. Students of product design complain that they can't afford materials, but I learnt that everything we surround ourselves with can be repurposed as long as you always use appropriate safety gear and act responsibly. If you are in college or university, take advantage of everything available to you, because you will rarely have access to so much fantastic equipment under one roof again and progress to prototyping as soon as you can, because it will move your designs on faster. I hope you enjoy 'Students of Product Design Episode 5'. More of my work is here: www.producttank.co.uk
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Students of product design episode 7 covers how to give a concept design presentation to a small group, but the techniques can be used for presentations to much larger audiences and will also help with portfolio presentations. A concept design presentation doesn't begin when you sit down in front of the client with a set of drawings, or when you're preparing those drawings a week before. It starts the moment you first meet the client, you need to build relationships. One key to this is to just be interested in the client, people are interesting and with just about everything in life things always go far better if you show you're interested in them. I once saw a quote by Bill Nye, 'Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don't'. So before the presentation, keep talking to your main contact, keep them updated with progress, be interested in what they're up to and their suggestions, good design, good relationships, good business is about continuous communication. The presentation doesn't end once you have shown the last concepts either. You need to close the presentation, by managing expectations, letting the client know when you will need a response to hit the next deadline, helping the client reach an informed decision, agreeing the next stage etc. With any set of concepts, you'll have your favourite, often there's one that's stronger than the others, but any one of the designs a client chooses will be a good outcome, because they will be one of you or your teams designs, you can't loose, unless the client doesn't like any of them. If theres a design you're presenting that you really don't want them to choose, why is it in your presentation. Unless you have to present a series of concepts that a group of people came up with. Then there may be one you don't like, because we all like different things, but as long as it answers the brief, doesn't create confusion or you can't give a strong argument for leaving it out, then it should be included it in your presentation, to give the client breadth of choice. This is important to consider when you work in a team and also a good argument if it is your design that another member is trying to exclude. There are masses of useful links out there to help so as promised in the video, here are some links not necessarily specific to product design which I like and think will be useful: http://muledesign.com/2014/09/13-ways-designers-screw-up-client-presentations https://99designs.com/designer-blog/2013/03/19/5-tips-on-how-to-prepare-a-design-presentation/ http://www.richardbaird.co.uk/2012/05/10/the-designers-guide-to-presentation/ http://www.proedgeskills.com/Presentation_Skills_Articles/difficult_questions.htm This is a good link to how to deal with clients who want to feature creep: https://community.uservoice.com/blog/when-to-build-requested-feature/ In the video I briefly cover how to calm nerves and one relaxation technique that has really helped me, relaxing my shoulders. This is a good link to more relaxation techniques and ways to deal with nerves. http://www.inc.com/larry-kim/15-power-up-tips-to-make-you-a-better-presenter.html http://www.skillsyouneed.com/present/presentation-nerves.html http://lifehacker.com/how-to-calm-your-nerves-before-making-a-terrifying-spee-1677504967 Finally if you have specific questions not answered by a Google search, then you can always post a question on the forums at core77.com to get advice from industry professionals. I hope you enjoy 'Students of Product Design Episode 7' and it helps when you have to give a concept design presentation. More of my work is here: www.producttank.co.uk
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In students of product design episode 8 I cover putting together an interview design portfolio and an Internet portfolio for a graduate. When I graduated many moons ago, Internet portfolios were in their infancy and things were clearer. You sent a company your CV with a cover letter and a teaser which was a group of nice images of your designs, if they liked you, they invited you in for an interview and you showed them a paper version of your portfolio. These days the whole process is more complicated, to interview you can take a paper based portfolio, a laptop, tablet, memory stick, you can use a host of different presentation software or log on to the Internet and go to a portfolio hosting site. I think it's become a bit confusing, especially for a graduate. The number one most important thing you can do for your portfolio, is create brilliant work to go in it. There's a reason for putting so much effort in to your projects, good work stands out. Everything you then do in your portfolio is window dressing to show your work off in the best possible way. So in episode 8 I use a demonstration project and show how I would prepare it for my portfolio, covering tips and tricks to best tell the story and maintain the flow of the story through the whole project. In a product design portfolio you show what you've done, but it demonstrates to an employer what you could do for them, your potential. I see lots of portfolios put together from the designers point of view, not the employers. You need change your mindset and think like an employer to show the interviewer what they need to see to make the decision you want them to make (hire you). I see lots of student portfolios full of basic mistakes. They don't flow well, they contain images that show poor decision making, images that are not juicy enough or don't set the scene well and portfolios where it's confusing what job the student is applying for, because they show a mixture of design work and art work or paintings. Some employers may like to see what else you can do, but there is also a danger that it can look like you haven't done much design work so had to pad out your online portfolio with paintings. if you don't have enough design projects, create some personal projects, do more design sketches, make physical or CAD models. If you also want to pursue a fine art career, create a separate portfolio that shows your art on a hosting site for artists. Unless you're going for a multidisciplinary position, If you try and make your portfolio do a bit of everything, it could end up not working brilliantly for anything. It's just advice, so please take away the things that you think are relevant to you and leave the rest behind. I hope you enjoy 'portfolios students of product design episode 8' More work available here: www.producttank.co.uk
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Christiaan Maats is a designer and entrepreneur who challenges the way we look at product design. Going beyond form and function he shows us how products carry deeper layers of meaning and how those layers can connect us to a bigger reality. In this Talk, Christiaan Maats explains how meaningful products can embody the change we want to see in the world and sheds light on his own vision of a circular society that integrates industrial society with its natural roots. Christiaan Maats was born and raised in Groningen, though he studied Industrial Design Engineering at Technical University in Delft. His keen interest in the psychology behind product- and brand experience took him to Sydney, Australia where he conducted a case study titled “Storytelling through Product Design”. Good product design is good storytelling, according to Christiaan. His creation of the world’s first biodegradable shoes that bloom is a perfect example of his philosophy. Christiaan considers himself a practical idealist. He is driven by his passion for innovation and creating products and brands that inspire a better future by making you smile, think and wonder. His refreshing ideas on sustainable innovation disrupt the status quo. Christiaan's diverse background and enthusiasm are great ingredients for an inspiring TEDx Talk that focuses on the society of the future and how to get there. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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How to draw mobile phone or other product-fast .i am giving quick sketching and perspective tips .some information about how to draw materials shadows hope you find this video inspiring and it will help you to learn more about product design sketching stay tuned more videos are coming
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In this video I try to explain in simple words what is the Golden Ratio, but above all, I try to show, with some samples, how common it is in nature and why it is so important to use it in industrial design and visual compositions. ▶ I am an industrial designer, a maker, an illustrator and a photographer. I like to make prototypes, unique pieces, equipment and other stuff. I make almost everithing by my hands, but I will never be a master in what I do, because I do too many different things to be really good in any of them. I hope, anyway, to be able to inspire someone else with my videos... ▶ If you like my videos please subscribe: http://bit.ly/GuidoVrolaDesign and maybe consider to SHARE them on your favorite social! ⇒ MY WEBSITE: http://www.vroladesign.it ⇒ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/guidovroladesign ⇒ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/guidovrola Thank you for watching!
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In Episode 4 of students of Product Design, I'm mainly looking at using photo editing software to render hand drawn design sketches to make my product design presentation sheets look more professional. Having photographed a sketch and imported it into Photoshop, I cover a simple set of techniques that I use for all my presentation sheets, laying down a base colour, an effect when necessary, shadows and highlights. To understand the idea behind this, I look at materials and the different properties they have, how they react to light and easy ways to look at this and apply what you see to your presentation sheets. The most important message in this video is that most of the time I don't know what's right, but over the years I have developed a good eye for what's wrong with my presentation sheets, a bad perspective, the wrong colour etc, so all I do is keep making my sketches less wrong and each time I do this they creep closer to being right. This is all I do when designing a product, I keep tweaking each part of the design until it's as good as I can make it. At the end of the video I look at how to develop a brand language that can be applied to other products as a company diversifies its product range and expands in to other markets. Lots of industrial designers cleverly use colour, form, texture, materials and a logo to strengthen a brand and reinforce its values with consumers. The example I create is a bit tongue in cheek and very cheesy, but hopefully shows the basics of how it's done. I hope you enjoyed Students of Product Design episode 4. If you have any questions, let me know - I do try to answer everyone who asks a question, but sometimes it's not possible if the question is asked through Google Hangouts etc. PT www.producttank.co.uk
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This video talks about Form follows function in industrial design | product design. It gives an explanation of what it means, why it's important and how to know if it's been achieved. We look at the example of form follows function in the japanese nail polish product Gofun nail by Ueba Esou. I should also mention it's 100% organic so you can take off with alcohol. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. ____ W H A T T O W A T C H N E X T: GOOD DESIGN - ONE concept that can make all the difference https://youtu.be/lBVjcn0uiuQ FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION - an example in Industrial Design https://youtu.be/IiPHL0L2Vh8 HOW A DESIGNER LOOKS AT A PRODUCT | product analysis of Pulp storage https://youtu.be/MjqzBEbytXQ ____ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► http://bit.ly/2NWHpCw Be sure to hit the bell to be notified of new videos! ____ SAY HI ON SOCIAL: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/design_plus_morna/ Facebook ► www.facebook.com/Design-Morna-1824095881241242/ ____ LEARN MORE ABOUT PRODUCT DESIGN ► https://www.designplusmorna.com/ ____ MUSIC: “Aim is true” Podington Bear soundofpicture.com ____ #learnindustrialdesign #designplusmorna tags: Form follows function, form follows function example, form follows function example product design, industrial design Form follows function example in industrial design
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Industrial Design talk | Product design analysis of a Food Grater In this video, I'm doing a product analysis of a food grater. The simple act of looking at a product and asking why it has been designed this way can produce a lot of valuable information. Whether you are a student of design or a seasoned designer, every time we look at and question a product design, there are things to be learned. In this video, we will look closely at form, function, parts, size, materials and manufacturing process. LINKS MENTIONED: This will show you the sheet metal fabrication manufacturing process. How it's made cheese grater https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWcnxmJOpXc&t=1s ____ W H A T T O W A T C H N E X T: GOOD DESIGN - ONE concept that can make all the difference https://youtu.be/lBVjcn0uiuQ FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION - an example in Industrial Design https://youtu.be/IiPHL0L2Vh8 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PRODUCTS | How to communicate the "use" https://youtu.be/_wrFuy7UtPA ____ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► http://bit.ly/2NWHpCw Be sure to hit the bell to be notified of new videos! ____ SAY HI ON SOCIAL: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/design_plus... Facebook ► www.facebook.com/Design-Morna-1824095881241242/ ____ LEARN MORE ABOUT PRODUCT DESIGN ► https://www.designplusmorna.com/ ____ MUSIC: “Pives_And_Flarinet” Podington Bear soundofpicture.com License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode No changes have been made. ____ #learnindustrialdesign #designplusmorna tags: industrial design talk, industrial design, product analysis, food grater, design food grater, product design analysis
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The Porticos engineering team focused on a self-centering knob mechanism that has the desired feel for an appliance user. For example, if you are turning on your stove to a desired heating level, intuitively, you would turn the knob to an appropriate angle or position on the dial or readout on a display. The knob then returns to the center or neutral position, and the user can reduce the heating by a similar rotation in the opposite direction. The self-centering mechanism about the knob’s center of rotation was the key design challenge. The knob was required to have the same feel for each direction of rotation and must “self-center” softly without noise, overshoot or bounce about the center. The user may also want to “feel” an increase in torque related to the angular position of the knob. The rocker design shown in the video demonstrates this successfully.
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Learn with Udacity and Google in our FREE Product Design course and check out the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program! ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Built in partnership with Google, this program mixes theory and practice to show students how to transform ideas into market-ready products. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Product Design: Validation and UX through Design Sprints ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Product-Design-Course ◄◄◄ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ● What's in the course? There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come. This course is designed to help you materialize your game-changing idea and transform it into a product that you can build a business around. Product Design blends theory and practice to teach you product validation, UI/UX practices, Google’s Design Sprint and the process for setting and tracking actionable metrics. ● Why take this course? Over the years, Silicon Valley startups have developed a series of frameworks and best practices for product design. Through startup case studies and interviews with industry experts, we want to bring you the best of Silicon Valley with lessons you can apply to influence the design of your mobile or web app. By the end of the course, you will know how to perform a Google Design Sprint (developed at Google Ventures and exclusively taught in this course) to design, prototype and test your ideas. You will also learn to design low fidelity mockups for your product and capture appropriate metrics. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lesson 3: DESIGN SPRINT ● What's in the lesson? Created by Google Ventures, the Design Sprint Process is widely used by teams seeking to design, prototype, and test their ideas with customers. In this lesson, Google’s leading Design Sprint Master will help you go through all the steps required to validate your ideas and build mockups of your product. You will also get a first-hand look at how design sprints happen at Udacity and how you can design & conduct your own. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree Our Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program teaches you the skills you need to create your own revenue-generating app, and build a successful business around it. You’ll learn to succeed the Silicon Valley way! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Udacity | Google | Tech Entrepreneur | Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree | Product Design | Validation and UX through Design Sprints | UX/UI Design
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Learn with Udacity and Google in our FREE Product Design course and check out the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program! ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Built in partnership with Google, this program mixes theory and practice to show students how to transform ideas into market-ready products. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Product Design: Validation and UX through Design Sprints ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Product-Design-Course ◄◄◄ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ● What's in the course? There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come. This course is designed to help you materialize your game-changing idea and transform it into a product that you can build a business around. Product Design blends theory and practice to teach you product validation, UI/UX practices, Google’s Design Sprint and the process for setting and tracking actionable metrics. ● Why take this course? Over the years, Silicon Valley startups have developed a series of frameworks and best practices for product design. Through startup case studies and interviews with industry experts, we want to bring you the best of Silicon Valley with lessons you can apply to influence the design of your mobile or web app. By the end of the course, you will know how to perform a Google Design Sprint (developed at Google Ventures and exclusively taught in this course) to design, prototype and test your ideas. You will also learn to design low fidelity mockups for your product and capture appropriate metrics. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LESSON 2: UI/UX Design ● What's in the lesson? This lesson takes you beyond visual style to understand material design, building for accessibility, user flows and personas. You’ll hear about how startups make design decisions and learn from senior designers at Google on how they use design to emphasize the purpose of their products. By the end of the lesson, you will analyze the user experience of another product and start documenting a user flow for your own product. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree Our Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program teaches you the skills you need to create your own revenue-generating app, and build a successful business around it. You’ll learn to succeed the Silicon Valley way! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Udacity | Google | Tech Entrepreneur | Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree | Product Design | Validation and UX through Design Sprints | UX/UI Design
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In-depth system discussion of a popular coding interview question, chapters: 0:32 Problem statement 0:55 Finding a solution 2:43 Questions to ask 6:35 Object oriented design/class hierarchy 13:57 Coding question approach 23:34 Testing This system design interview question/how to system design is for software engineers, software developers, web developers, front end engineers, QA engineers, product managers, network engineers equally important. This interview problem can be asked as a coding interview question, system design question or object oriented design question. SiT website: www.successintech.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SuccessInTech/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/successintech Other names for this problem are: Amazon Locker interview question, The Parking Lot interview question, Parking Lot using OO techniques, Object oriented parking lot. Music: www.bensound.com
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MIT ESD.051J Engineering Innovation and Design, Fall 2012 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/ESD-051JF12 Instructor: Blade Kotelly, Joel Schindall Students will learn about the 10-step design process and explore how to apply this process to various design projects via working on real-life examples with peers in class. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Learn Product Design with this method F R E E W O R K B O O K H E R E : http://bit.ly/2F4c8xI Teach yourself Product Design without having to learn technical skills like sketching or CAD first. This workbook provides questions you can ask to discover the “ingredients” present in products so that you can learn about product design by doing your own product analysis. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. W H A T T O W A T C H N E X T: GOOD DESIGN - ONE concept that can make all the difference https://youtu.be/lBVjcn0uiuQ FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION - an example in Industrial Design https://youtu.be/IiPHL0L2Vh8 HOW A DESIGNER LOOKS AT A PRODUCT | product analysis of Pulp storage https://youtu.be/MjqzBEbytXQ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► http://bit.ly/2NWHpCw Be sure to hit the bell to be notified of new videos! SAY HI ON SOCIAL: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/design_plus_morna/ Facebook ► www.facebook.com/Design-Morna-1824095881241242/ LEARN MORE ABOUT PRODUCT DESIGN ► https://www.designplusmorna.com/ #learnproductdesign tags: learn product design, learn industrial design, product design, design, how to be product designer, learn product design without school, learn industrial design without school
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This video shows 5 examples of "Form follows function" in design. It looks at the smallest of products to a large scale architecture building. The examples mentioned are: Viss spiral eraser, Well watering can by Menu, Supoon spoon by Dreamfarm and Guggenheim museum by Frank Llyod Wright. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. W H A T T O W A T C H N E X T: GOOD DESIGN - ONE concept that can make all the difference https://youtu.be/lBVjcn0uiuQ FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION - an example in Industrial Design https://youtu.be/IiPHL0L2Vh8 HOW A DESIGNER LOOKS AT A PRODUCT | product analysis of Pulp storage https://youtu.be/MjqzBEbytXQ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► http://bit.ly/2NWHpCw Be sure to hit the bell to be notified of new videos! SAY HI ON SOCIAL: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/design_plus_morna/ Facebook ► www.facebook.com/Design-Morna-1824095881241242/ LEARN MORE ABOUT PRODUCT DESIGN ► https://www.designplusmorna.com/ MUSIC: “Flutterbee” Podington Bear soundofpicture.com tags: Form follows function, form follows function example, form follows function example product design, industrial design Form follows function example in industrial design
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This video lesson is part of the tutorial “Designing in a Modular Way". You can view the written tutorial at http://bit.ly/2vMR7mj ------ About the Tutorial Modular design encourages us to think and design user interfaces and user experiences in patterns. For example, instead of designing a series of pages or views to enable a user to accomplish a task, the design process starts by first understanding the way the UI system is structured and which components that can be used to create the user flow. In this course, we will explore the concepts of modular design and their application to UI design. We will also delve into how you can create designs in a modular way and how you can use a living style guide to aide the process. See more at http://www.styleguidedrivendevelopment.com
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This is a video demonstrating the use of the HTC Vive Virtual Reality (VR) system in the product design process for an Industrial Designer creating an exterior for a industrial laser cutter.
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HO HO HOOO! We select our favourite Digital Product (UX / Product Design) pieces from the last year. Members of the AJ&Smart Design Sprint Team select the most inspirational UX and product design pieces, that have inspired them as designers over the last year. What UX / Product Design examples have shaped your year?! Let us know in the comments! Take a stroll with us through the office, as the year comes to an end, to find out what some of our designers were excited and inspired in the last year. All the links to the referenced products are featured below! Links to the products / services referenced in video: Amr's selection (0:27): https://realtimeboard.com/apps/ Hacking Growth (book) https://www.amazon.de/Hacking-Growth-Fastest-Growing-Companies-Breakout/dp/045149721X Jon's selection: Cake App https://cakebrowser.com/ Tim's selection: HQ Trivia https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hq-trivia-words/id1232278996?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.intermedia.hq&hl=de Exponent Podcast https://exponent.fm/ Fedor's selection: Lobe https://lobe.ai/ Must https://mustapp.com/ Jonas's selection: No More Zero Days https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/no-zero-days/id1344518345?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.nomorezerodays.app&hl=de Sift https://siftnewstherapy.com/ Thanks for watching! Watch a FREE 1.5 hour Design Sprint web class, featuring Design Sprint creator Jake Knapp: https://events.genndi.com/register/818182175026315610/657cf1055f You can also sign up to our school for expert Design Sprint training: https://ajsmart.com/masterclass Thanks so much for watching this video! Like what you see here? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! https://goo.gl/aRQXPS Follow us on our other channels for more great design tips! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajandsmart/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajsmartdesign LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/aj&s... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajsmartdesign/ Medium blog: https://blog.ajsmart.com/ digital design Digital Product FAVOURITES 2018 (by UX Designers) https://youtu.be/vbluZxGoOTA
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There's a test lab that's been running intensive R&D that you can turn to for ingenious solutions. Prepare to be amazed by these top 15 examples of biomimicry - tech inspired by nature. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: [email protected] Credit: https://pastebin.com/zYNF1iMi
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check out my TUMBLR: http://betulsalman.tumblr.com/ to see more artwork! And My TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SuperFunArt --------------------------------------------------------- hey, so i decided to show you my portfolio to help whom need help. I know that some of you might be applying for university and been asked for a portfolio. tbh, I am also applying for university as well. I did get some offers and i am still taking interviews. I had applied for both foundation art and Product design If you have any question about portfolios or interviews or wanting me to ask me any question please feel free do to do I really love to help and love to read your comments. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The intro was made by the amazing and only RedOpTicZero go an subscribe to him https://www.youtube.com/user/RedOpTicZero/videos?view=0
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I thought it might be of interest and help to people to be able to see what goes into the portfolio that got me accepted into design school. Hope you guys find this helpful. :) Read My Portfolio - https://www.myrin.co/design-project-blog/2017/9/18/my-portfolio Simply Clever Toys - https://www.youtube.com/user/simplyclevertoysnz My Brother, Matthews Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8zF_UBJiWagdp7gyOZD5uQ
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This talk is aimed at Android developers interested in hardware and makers interested in learning about prototyping using Android Things. Learn a design framework that ensures alignment with user goals and considers the multiple touchpoints required to create connected product experiences. You'll leave with an understanding of how to apply design using Android Things to create better IoT products. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/Umepz3 Watch more Android sessions from I/O '18 here → https://goo.gl/R9L42F See all the sessions from Google I/O '18 here → https://goo.gl/q1Tr8x Subscribe to the Android Developers channel → http://goo.gl/GEh1ds #io18
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This video features a product I worked on called "Muse". It's a brainwave sensing headband. This video talks about how to communicate the use of a product when it's a completely unfamiliar product to the average person. I wanted to use "Muse" as an example because it represented a product that the majority of end users will have never seen before, let alone know how to use. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. ____ W H A T T O W A T C H N E X T: GOOD DESIGN - ONE concept that can make all the difference https://youtu.be/lBVjcn0uiuQ FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION - an example in Industrial Design https://youtu.be/IiPHL0L2Vh8 HOW A DESIGNER LOOKS AT A PRODUCT | product analysis of Pulp storage https://youtu.be/MjqzBEbytXQ ____ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL: ► http://bit.ly/2NWHpCw Be sure to hit the bell to be notified of new videos! ____ SAY HI ON SOCIAL: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/design_plus_morna/ Facebook ► www.facebook.com/Design-Morna-1824095881241242/ ____ LEARN MORE ABOUT PRODUCT DESIGN ► https://www.designplusmorna.com/ ____ MUSIC: IKSON - SUNKISSED ____ #designplusmorna #industrialdesignproducts #designplusmornaportfolio Tags: industrial design products, good product design, good design vs bad design, design plus morna, what is good design and bad design, good product deisgn, design good product, product design, industrial design, How to communicate the use of a product
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👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: http://bit.ly/2gLexl2 Find out more about us: http://bit.ly/2xPj8a8 💻 How to build a product development process? Companies treat the role of product management differently. Miles Lennon, Product Manager at Spotify, shared how they articulate the product development process at Spotify and the role of a PM. Miles Lennon has been developing software products at early and growth stage companies for about 10 years. Currently he is a Sr. Product Manager at Spotify where he focuses on developing tools for artists to grow their careers. Previously he led Spotify's social product area, a small product group focused on connecting friends, tastemakers and artists around music. Prior to that he led product development for GameGround and Tracked.com both of which were early-stage VC-backed startups in the NYC area. Chapter 1 0:11 Talk Goals Chapter 2 0:59 Speaker Background Chapter 3 3:50 Talk Agenda Chapter 4 4:16 Who Are Spotify's Customers? Chapter 5 5:50 What Does Spotify Consider as Its Products? Chapter 6 9:06 Product Lifecycle Chapter 7 13:50 Discovering New Opportunities Chapter 8 15:51 Tools Chapter 9 20:46 What Do We Expect of Product Managers? Chapter 10 29:04 Tech + Design Accountability at Spotify Chapter 11 31:31 Learn Chapter 12 34:53 Choose Chapter 13 39:40 Frame ABOUT US: We host product management, data and coding events every week in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Orange County and New York. Click here to see what we have coming up: http://bit.ly/2xP0dMJ Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, and Data courses; our instructors are real-world managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York, Orange County and Los Angeles. Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. If you want to become a product manager in 8 weeks, see our upcoming courses here: http://bit.ly/2xPj8a8 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. On sale for a limited time. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Education #Product #TechStartup #FinTech #Business #ProductManager #ProdMgmt
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Razor USA, the company best known for introducing the world to the Razor Scooter back in 2000, gives us an example of product development, and what it takes to bring their products to market. Billy Griggs, a retired BMX racer and product developer at Razor, talks about the inspiration and challenges of creating toys and how a Tormach machine helped. From design, to prototype, the machining process is a large part of what it takes to brings products like the Razer Scooter to consumers. With CNC capabilities, Razor is now able to create multiple prototype examples to try out and form a proof of concepts on what they want to move forward with. There’s lots of levels to product development, but with the right tools, the process can get sped-up to cut back on lead times bringing the products to market. Through multiple stages and cycles products take years to create, but the can be very rewarding come launch time. Being able to see the work you have done play out and fall in the consumers hands is about as good as it gets. Read the full story: http://torma.ch/griggs Learn more about the PCNC 1100: torma.ch/1100 Be sure to subscribe for updates on everything Tormach: https://goo.gl/sWeCs7 About Us: At Tormach, we're dedicated to providing exceptionally engineered products, technical support, and customer service at the lowest possible cost. Our focus is to help you realize your CNC goals through tools and resources that transform your concepts into real products. Connect with us: Visit our website: https://www.tormach.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tormach Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tormach Twitter: https://twitter.com/tormach
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Reserve your spot at our FREE webinar: "The Hands Down Best Way to Find and Manage A Chinese Factory" Save your seat here: http://bit.ly/ecwebinaryt Enter China Show Episode 2 Find the complete show notes at: https://www.enterchina.co/how-to-design-a-physical-product What's in this episode? What types of design projects are there? (00:44) Taking a product that already exists and adding your label onto it. OEM (01:06) Designing a product from scratch. (01:45) Tweaking an existing product design. (01:53) What do I need to prepare for the designer before talking with the designer about the project? (02:49) Don't come with a super detailed list of things describing the product and what you need. (03:05) Bring goals and problems to your designer and then work with them to solve those. (03:48) Share who your target customer will be - who are you solving the problem for? (04:13) Where to look to find a good designer? (04:51) Some factories are better at design than others. Better to use factories for OEM design (05:20) First starting out Upwork is a great option. (05:54) More specialized websites for specific types of physical product design projects. Fred used Coroflot for Tortuga. (06:43) Once you get more advanced you can hire your own designer. (07:34) How to communicated well what you're looking for to your designer? (08:10) Everyone speaks the language a little bit differently. (08:24) Presenting goals instead of just features. (08:36) Have milestones set up. With frequent check-ins. (09:03) Use similar products that you like and products you don't like as visual examples. (09:32) Do you use design briefs and gantt charts to plan out the whole timeline? (10:08) They are definitely helpful when you have a product with a lot of sampling. (10:19) Explanation of a tech-pack (10:35) You'll need a few samples before you get exactly what you were looking for in the design. (11:35) 3-D modeling your design is a good option for hardware products. (11:58) In general how long do design projects take? (12:21) Conceivably a physical product design project could last as long as you let it. (12:30) Put more of your time in the early stages going back and forth on drawings to help minimize the sampling stage as much as possible. (13:06) Patience is a virtue - especially when designing a physical product. (14:13) Your timeline will never turn out exactly as you planned - learn to be adaptable. (14:22) SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RAxiferhoNQLS4dp_aXNg?sub_confirmation=1 ======================================= JOIN OUR ONLINE COMMUNITY OF ENTREPRENEURS http://www.enterchina.co ======================================= FRED BLOGS OVER AT TORTUGA'S BLOG PACKSMITH http://blog.tortugabackpacks.com/ ======================================= CONNECT WITH US Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/theelevatorlife Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/enterchinaco Luke's Twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeaf8 ======================================= Manufacturing Experts Get the Free Enter China Ebook: http://www.enterchina.co/
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Check Out the Digital Art Store : https://digitalartcreation.shop/ Amazon Store : https://amzn.to/2JfeaYO How to create a production standard Cosmetic Product Advertisement using Adobe Photoshop Please find the splashing water image here : https://goo.gl/uzyatV
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It sometimes seems that most manufacturers have no idea what ordinary people look like and how they live. For example, some tourist buses are obviously made for hobbits. Otherwise, why would they have so little space for legs? Bright Side got to the root of the problem: manufacturers do see us differently, and here are 10 comic strips to confirm it. Other videos you might like: 35 Texts From Masters of Sarcasm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwYfHNsCK3Q 13 SARCASTIC COMICS ABOUT OUR DIFFERENCES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pygtEAm7gbg 11 WITTY TEXTS FROM GENIUSES OF FLIRTING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzEB2lkSbAQ& TIMESTAMPS: The mouth you need to eat an XL burger 0:12 To open a jar, girls should first pump their arms 0:25 You need abnormally long arms to put on a duvet cover 0:36 Short-sleeved fur coat designers probably see women like this 0:48 To type on a smartphone correctly, you need virtuoso pianist fingers 1:01 Big phones require big palms 1:14 To zip such a dress, you should grow arms like these 1:25 Tourist bus manufacturers think we are all hobbits 1:37 Our feet as seen by shoe designers 1:49 It seems these people inspire fashion designers 2:02 Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Guidance for product managers on creating a new product business case - an investment proposal for a new product or service. A business case includes market analysis, strategy, product definition, value proposition, go-to-market plans and financials.
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Interested in trying our products using your own custom design? Try custom samples today starting at $9: https://www.stickermule.com/samples?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=custom-sample ===================== Sticker Mule offers the ability to try small batches of custom products using your own artwork for a great price. You can see and feel exactly how your designs will look in real life before placing a larger order. Simply choose the custom product you want to try, upload your artwork, then checkout. Within a few hours we’ll send you an online proof. You can request changes to the proof for free until your happy. With easy ordering, fast turnaround, and free 2 day shipping with every order, Sticker Mule aims to be the internet's favorite printer. ===================== For new product videos, subscribe here http://bit.ly/2chbKfy Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/stickermule Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stickermule Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stickermule
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Follow along with the course eBook: http://bit.ly/2JymhEl See the full course: https://systemsacademy.io/courses/complex-systems-design/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/2HobMld In this video, we give an introduction to the architectural pattern of modular design and its application in designing complex systems
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Digital Product Design NYC Meetup - ADP Lifion NYC - May 17 2016 - Designing Human Behavior: The Basics of Habit-Forming Product Design http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Digital-Product-Design/events/230477235/ Behavior change products are simultaneously compelling and incredibly difficult to build. For example, how does a product teach users a new language, or even healthy habits that will make them lose weight? Based on the works of prominent behavioral economists, we'll cover the thought process that leads a user to take action and how to foster it. We'll also learn strategies that you can apply to the product design process to help your users change their lives. PRESENTER Logan Merriam is a product designer at Noom Inc, where he builds products that help patients of chronic disease reverse their conditions through behavior change. Prior to that he was lead designer at Kinsa Inc, tracking the spread of disease using a smartphone-based thermometer. Logan also created and currently runs flaredown.com, a community of people with incurable chronic illness learning to analyze their treatments and fix their symptoms. https://www.noom.com/ EVENT & VENUE SPONSOR Lifion, by ADP, invites you to visit our new home for big ideas, ambitious folks, and those who are truly committed to delivering finely made products at scale. Join us after-hours for provocative talks, engaging discussions and some great opportunities to connect with serious thinkers and doers. Visit us at http://www.lifion.com/ for a calendar of upcoming events and current job opportunities. We look forward to meeting you soon! ORGANIZER - CITRUSBYTE Citrusbyte was founded in 2007 with the mission to become the go-to technology consultancy for building world-class, one of a kind, web applications and web based businesses. We help you build solutions by building a team that best complements the unique needs your project. https://citrusbyte.com/ ABOUT DIGITAL PRODUCT DESIGN In the digital product field we continuously seek to refine and adopt new approaches to our work. Topics at our meet up cover a range of subjects throughout the full product life cycle including customer insight techniques, strategy, interaction design, metrics, growth, marketing, tools, technology, team collaboration, etc. Our goal is to empower teams to transform their existing work patterns to refresh delivery and work environments. Designers, researchers, product managers, marketers, engineers, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders are all welcome to join and share their perspectives, learnings and stories! http://dpdnyc.org/ #3198
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In Students of Product Design Episode 6, I give a series of prototype and model making tips and tricks, to help designers bring their ideas to life faster and more accurately. The episode looks at traditional methods and techniques. With advances in rapid prototyping, some designers can be tempted to create everything in CAD and then print parts out, but creating forms by hand first is such an important part of the design process and I think leads to better designs. In this episode I cover working with blue foam, sanding techniques, loads of finishing techniques for wood, filling materials, spraying with car spray paints, creating textures, cheap ways to bend wood and plastic, jigs and a host of other techniques and tips. But it's not an exhaustive list. I realise I left a few things out, joining metal pieces together with car body filler when you don't have any welding equipment, or using old nail files to sand difficult to reach areas, there are loads more tips and tricks to include, so for much more advice the YouTube and the rest of the Internet is the best resource. I have also recommended a good book: Prototyping and Model Making for Product Design, by Bjarki Hallgrimsson At the time of release, this book is available on Amazon and other vendors. I could go on and on as making design prototypes and models is one of my favourite subjects, but we have to move on, in the next episode of Students of Product Design, I'm covering giving design presentations to clients.
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Daniel LiCalzi's is a product designer whose 271 square foot apt is an awesome example of space saving layout and design - and sleeping on the ceiling so he can look at the tree tops makes it even more awesome. http://www.designsince.com/. He also has a kickstarter -- help him out: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1587803723/babilawn TINY ECLECTIC AMAZING SPACES is a show about small spaces with big design and the people who put their eye for interior design to work and create truly unique, awesome and functional places to live and work. SPACEStv is an original home + design channel Watch more on SPACEStv Subscribe at http://www.YouTube.com/SPACEStv Follow us at http://www.twitter.com/SPACEStv Friend us at http://www.facebook.com/SPACEStv Pin with us at http://www.Pinterest.com.SPACEStv See more photos at http://SPACEStv.tumblr.com
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Advertising pioneer John Wanamaker famously said, "Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half." At Indeed, our experience shows that more than half of product features are not only wasted but actually have a negative impact on user experience. Thanks to rigorous A/B testing we know precisely which half, so we can ensure that every feature we add delivers measurable value. With 100 million monthly unique visitors and 3 billion monthly searches, our data provides empirical answers to (nearly) all of our product questions. In this talk, we will cover: * a motivation for why we A/B test everything * the tools and systems we have developed to measure and analyze test results and the key metrics we focus on, and * multiple case studies illustrating how years of testing has shaped Indeed's design and product thinking. We will include specific examples of how small, overlooked changes have impacted our metrics in significant and unexpected ways, and how implementing simple "no-brainer" updates on our site decreased key business metrics and caused us to re-evaluate our solutions. This talk is for designers, product managers, and engineers from companies of any size who want to understand how data-driven design makes better products. Speakers J Christopher Garcia is the User Experience Lead at Indeed. Chris ensures Indeed's products are easy to use for millions of people all over the world. He has focused on user experience at Indeed for over 6 years. As the company has grown from start-up underdog to the world's leading job search engine, he has contributed to every major product Indeed offers. Chris Hyams is SVP of Product & Engineering at Indeed. Prior to Indeed, Chris was founder of B-Side, an Austin-based company that provided digital distribution, marketing, and analytics technology for the film industry. Prior to B-Side, he was VP of Engineering at Trilogy Software.
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In this video I demonstrate how to begin creating your Dia de los Muertos product design by using inspiration from the mood board.
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