What exactly is industrial design?
Industrial design is a creative process that combines several scientific, technical and artistic disciplines.
Industrial design is a process that is applied to products that will be produced by means of mass production. The designer is responsible for creating and clearly defining the form and ergonomics of the product in respect to the manufacturing processes. This form is then reproduced by automated production, unlike craft design, where the shape and appearance is determined by the creator at the time of creation.
An industrial designer designs and applies solutions in terms of shape, aesthetics and ergonomics with respect to manufacturability, marketing, sales and sustainability of individual products.