"Industrial Design or ID as it it commonly known as, is a rather specialised profession. Contrary to popular misconception, an industrial designer does not design factory processes. Basically, industrial design is a creative profession . The scope of work deals with the innovative and aesthetic aspect of product design.
Why is it being said that Industrial designers are often required to be multi-talented? This is because, he or she have to be an artist, marketing expert and engineer all roll into one. This profession requires the fine balancing of hardcore practicality and refined sense of aesthetics."
courtesy of : ezinearticle[dot]com
hambek kau.. bold dengan colour-colour siap!
kalau kamu kata kami tak belajar science.. sorry, naik lorry la kan..
human factors in design: ergonomics (include anatomy manusia)
electric and electronics : physics
material technology and processes : polymer and composite material (chemistry)
banyak lagi subject science.. maths pun ada tapi nak add satu-satu banyak sangat ye... so agak-agak yang ada MISCONCEPTION pasal designer ni.. TOLONG LAH UBAH....
soo please!!!! stop comparing me, dengan medic student ke, engineering student ke, law student ke, account student ke, all-those-gaji-ribu-ribu courses ke.. yes, i'm not BETTER la dari segi pointer ke ape ke kan.. tapi at least jangan lah compare something i love to do the most.. at least at the moment. i want to do this since i was young.. please respect my decision to choose industrial design instead of other courses.. kurang-kurang i know i'll be doing it for long time..
"getting into a university is one thing, but getting out from the university with a scroll is another thing.."
haaa ingat tu!!!