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888达人娱乐Drawing on its historic contribution to responsible, human-centered design, Industrial Design (or ID) teaches students to use critical thinking and the design process itself to bring new value to companies, communities and citizens. Professors with expertise in a wide range of areas guide students in researching user experiences to create well-conceived and executed objects, products and systems that make everyday tasks easier.

Degree programs

BFA
4-year undergraduate degree
MID
2-year graduate program

In responding to assigned projects, ID majors work with a wide range of materials in the process of designing objects, products, systems and experiences. Students develop ideas by starting with sketches and drawings, and moving on to models and working prototypes.

Playing with Ideas

Associate Professor Cas Holman shares her passion for toy design on the new season of the Netflix series Abstract: The Art of Design.

Smart Technology with Soul

Associate Professor Soojung Ham888达人娱乐 considers human emotion in developing an environmental system driven by computing technology.

Brand New Day

Newly appointed Assistant Professor of Industrial Design Jess Brown MID 09 is addressing difficult issues and supporting students of color.

888达人娱乐 ID alumni go on to make a real difference through design, offering innovative solutions to a wide range of needs. They start their own businesses, join cutting-edge studios and work for organizations and corporations, contributing to almost every field imaginable by creating medical devices, household products, alternative transportation vehicles, nanotech devices, new materials and much more…

Alumni at work

888达人娱乐“My studio resembles a mad scientist's lab,” Melissa says, referring to recent experiments with making sculpture by growing it — from sugar crystals. “I have always been really interested in the intersection of art and science.” Since graduation Melissa has continued to pursue her passion though a residency at the Vermont Studio Center and an NEA grant to study at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Now living in Brooklyn, she’s an active member the Wayfarers artist collective and balances studio work with a day job as a sculpture conservator.

“More than a billion people worldwide lack access to clean drinking water,” says Soaib, who worked with several Brown students to launch a nonprofit effort known as WaterWalla. Their mission? To bring clean water to India's slums. Soaib relocated to India right after graduation to head WaterWalla's Mumbai office and is now making great headway in tackling this chronic public-health issue.

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