Design is time- and context-specific. This is why social and economic trends are often the source of inspiration for new products, services, and user experiences. In today’s post, we look at the key design trends that are likely to impact the design industry, with a special focus on automotive design.
Successful product design requires strategic vision, accurate research, and technical skill. This fascinating discipline is ripe for modernization. Keep reading to find out where the transformation is coming from and what the benefits are.
Design has always played an integral role in the automotive industry; sometimes as an artistic endeavor, sometimes as a functional consideration, and sometimes as a happy medium between both. In this article we dive into the history of automotive design to see how the discipline has evolved and what changes we can expect from the future.
As a design director, you know the potential of virtual reality – and you can’t wait to bring your team into a VR process to experience higher success. In this article you’ll find a guide to implementing VR design and getting your team in the mood to embrace the benefits.
Good designers are always looking for ways to bring new skills to their portfolio. Mastering surface modeling could be a way of giving your portfolio a boost, especially if you learn to use this technique in a virtual reality environment.
Design concepts are very much alive: they’re born, they grow, and they mature, becoming the best possible version of themselves. All this happens in the context of curation, but how exactly can design managers streamline the curation of design concepts for a faster and more efficient workflow?
The topic of technological transformation has become hyper-relevant, and more so in disciplines that are inherently future-forward, such as design. If you’re a design professional with managerial responsibilities, you’ll want to know how Industry 4.0 will impact the design workflow and how to make the most of it.
A strong desire for a nimble and efficient design process is something that most design professionals have in common. Making this happen involves critically examining every stage of the process and its overall utility. In this article, we evaluate 3D rendering and examine how virtual reality can become a turning point in this aspect of design.