Hyundai Motors has used VR technology to digitize its commercial-vehicle design, and Ford designers working from home have collaborated on new vehicles in a virtual design studio as clay modeling was impossible.
Brilliant concepts need brilliant tools. Otherwise, creative and innovative ideas can fizzle out soon after they emerge. This raises an important question: do designers today have tools that match the creative flair inherent to design as a discipline? This post examines this question with reference to SubD modeling.
Design is revolutionary by nature, but the same can’t be said about the design process. If you’ve ever wondered what would it take to streamline the design process, keep reading. This article discusses how to bring process improvement across the board.
Precision is an integral part of design. But while it’s easy to visualize precise results, communicating them and materializing them are processes riddled with hurdles. In this article we will examine the problems that interfere with achieving high design precision and we will explore ways to overcome them, with special reference to the automotive design industry.
Remote work arrangements have been widely and rapidly adopted by companies in virtually every industry sector. In the case of designers, working from home has its advantages, but it also presents challenges.