In this Product and Furniture Design (Hons) from De Montfort University you will study the functional and market-led requirements of product and furniture design, including ergonomics, aesthetics and usability. Specific areas include visual language, branding, user-centred design, Computer Aided Design, sustainability and the development of socially-conscious products that, through technical specification, reduce waste and conserve energy.
The curriculum is focussed on vocational skills and intellectual development – encompassing a broad range of content from manufacturing to aesthetics. Coursework is the main method of learning and assessment which is monitored on a regular basis via a formal tutorial system.You are taught by design academics and visiting design consultants with specialist knowledge and skills in either product or furniture design. All our staff have worked in industry and carry out commercial activity and leading research. Visiting lecturers support week-long projects or run weekly seminars, tutorials or lecture series. Previous visiting lecturers include Steve Mosley (Mosley&), Ryan Helps (Empathic), and designers and model makers from Redline Studios.
You can apply until:
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
You need the following IELTS score:
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