Industrial Design draws on both science and art to create and improve upon the design and function of a wide array of products. Although Industrial Design and Engineering Design are closely related, Industrial Design has a specific focus on the aesthetics and user-friendliness of products, while Engineering Design focuses more on their functionality and utility. Industrial Designers can work independently or in research labs in universities or the public or private sector
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