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  1. Hi everyone, I've recently been very interested in taking classes in industrial design but I really don't have much time on my hands. I have been debating on taking online classes but I feel that perhaps this field of study is not one that I can consider taking online classes, mainly because I feel this should be more of a hands on learning experience. Is there anyone out there that has taken classes online or known anyone. I would really appreciate some feedback on this subject. Thanks.
  2. My name is Jimmy. I consider myself a techie and have a passion for computer technology. Recently I have gone out on a limb in order to try to develop a consumer electronic company. I'm very creative and consider myself an innovative thinker and inventor. I have many ideas and concepts but I need someone to help me visualize my designs and exchange ideas with. As of right now I don't have very much money so I'm asking for someone to help me in their free time. I want some talented people on my team. If your interested in helping me you can contact me back at jimmysmith44@aol.comThanks for your time. If you'd like to know more about me visit my personal profile page at http://about.me/jimmyasmith
  3. Hi, Just wanted to share my kickstarter footwear project. The shoes are inspired by ping pong, and we’re trying to raise enough to create a free design space in NY with the sale of these shoes. We want to create a space for young designers to work on their projects, meet mentors and showcase their work in a professional environment. Heres the link to the video; http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lup/lup-ping-pong-inspired-footwear If you like what you see, you can now place your order on the kickstarter link above! Cheers, Daniel Bailey Co-Founder/Designer - lup www.iamlup.com @MrBailey www.danielbailey.us
  4. Hi everyone, I would like to know about Product / Industrial Design courses in Europe. I would also like to know more about the Master of European Design. I have checked around in the site, but couldnt find any info about, 1. Umea Design Institute, Sweden 2. University of Art and Design, Helsinki 3. TU Delft, Holland 4. Aalborg University, Denmark 5. The Politecnico di Milan 6. ENSCI Les Ateliers I would like to have any information regarding these universities, courses and the scope of doing the courses in these universities. Would be happy to get information regarding the courses.
  5. Eldajna

    Watch Producers?

    If one has designed a watch and wants to manufacture the whole thing, without including a investor or an existing watch company, where does one go? First, I'm in need of some information of watch producers and manufacturers mainly in europe. But if there are cheap, BUT GOOD producers in ASIA or other parts of the world, I would gladly have their www/iPhone/@ or whatever info please:D Second, I have absolutely NO idea of how much a watch module costs to produce. Obviously, it depends on the amount and the type of parts and watch. Is there any guideline or approximation please hit me with it! I will be absolutely thrilled for all information given to me! Thanks in advance! /E
  6. I'm a Freelance Industrial Designer with a small design house located in Melbourne, Australia. Proposal Summary: The product range was inspired by workplace experience and is designed primarily to manage and reduce the risk of potentially serious accidental injury associated with certain widely used mobility aids, e.g. (walking sticks, crutches, etc.) The market already boasts several products which attempt to address this problem but all fall short of the mark. Focus groups describe these mechanisms as ineffective, situation specific and awkward. The developers have created an inexpensive innovation which all but eliminates the clearly defined risk whilst delivering unprecedented convenience and functionality. Extensive trials involving prototypes, end users, healthcare professionals and the general public have resulted in the full endorsement of both concept and product. After further refinement and quotes concerning tool up and manufacture, the STICK UP now stands ready to serve an accessible and receptive global market. In order to achieve this developers of the product require an investor who will provide up to $150,000. This person will be an active participant in the growth and ultimate success of the project bringing to it appropriate skills and entrepreneurial vision. The investment amount will be used to mass manufacture the product and deliver it to a point of purchase. The amount will also be used to market the product to the public's interest. Our market target range from sport injured individuals to old age and old age carers. Taking into account Australia's and the world ageing population, the potential markets is titanic, globally. Our primary selling markets are pharmacies, rehab/sports injury clinics, age care centres and distributors/ manufacturers of mobility aids equipment nation wide and abroad. Management Team: Newly established multi-disciplined Design House, located in the inner suburban area of Melbourne. We are a multifaceted, innovative, product design/ consumer product design team comprising of industrial designer and designer/ design concept advisory. RETURN ON INVESTMENT: By contributing capital to the business, the Investor would be eligible to 30% share of the business. Further negotiations can be discussed at future appointments. If anyone out there who is interested or know of someone who is interested, please contact me via email Phonggy@gmail.com. Thanks.
  7. "China's Most Successful Design Award" is one of the major and elite design awards in China, operated by CBi China Bridge Consultancy. It is created to empower, celebrate, and elevate our Industry of Design. It is guided by the vision to improve the value provided to business and society through successful design. The award has been held annually in Shanghai since 2006. Designers and companies from around the world that actively create a positive impact and influence in the Chinese market are welcome to participate. China’s Most Successful Design Awards categories for 2011 include design concepts, services and tangible goods in five categories: Product and service design, transportation, fashion design, spaces and visual transmission. Among the winners of the previous awards are such world renowned companies as Philips, Whirlpool, Asus, Electrolux and many others. The award ceremony of 2011 will be held on November 4th. For more information visit our web site www.designsuccess.cn To stay updated of the latest news in the world of Industrial Design follow our blog: http://designsuccess.wordpress.com/ Also follow us on Linkedin. We wish you great ideas and designs!
  8. Hi, I'm current working on a major project related to shin guards in Football (Soccer for the yanks). I've set up a very short questionnaire to help justify some of the insights I've found during research and hopefully to uncover some new ones. Obviously the more people I can get to do it the better. I'd be incredibly grateful to anyone who spare's the time to do it and doubly grateful to anyone who circulates it further to people they know who play football (maybe a Sunday league or 5 a side team). Please only complete it if you play or have played football. Here's the link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/B5YBD86. Thanks
  9. shyamal

    Id On Twitter

    Hi all, my first post on Product design Hub. I would like to know some recommendations of interesting Industrial Design personalities to follow on twitter. Of course i do follow the major ID sites on twitter, still not satisfied with it somehow. I want to follow the people contributing to the design blogs, ID sites and the folks involved in this design world.
  10. Guy Tevel Product Design and Development http://www.guytevel.com Guy Tevel has a new web site showcasing recent industrial design work: Portfolio: http://www.guytevel.com/product-design-portfolio.html About the Company: At Guy Tevel, we believe that innovation compliments usability and functionality. We are committed to enhancing and contributing to the world of industrial design by incorporating both creative design and ease-of-use applications. Our vision, to provide quality, user-friendly designs that not only set you apart from the competition but also aid day-to-day lives of your consumers, has led us to design and develop many commercially-viable products for an international base of companies and clients. Our design solutions not only provide an exciting and new addition to the high-end product selection, but also strive to provide functionality and solve issues with past or current design issues that might be an obstacle to convenience and usability. While developing and creating each extricate feature of your design, we constantly keep your clients and end users in mind, striving to bring them an experience that will emotionally connect them to your product and brand. Led by Guy Tevel himself, the firm believes in team work, creativity, and above all, strong innovative mindsets that set Guy Tevel apart from the rest. Guy Tevel delivers innovation and creativity in every product design we create.

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