University of Technology Sydney

84113 Problem Solving in Industrial Design

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A core activity within the profession of industrial design revolves around creative problem solving. Consequently, students need to be introduced to and develop a deep understanding of this core activity. This subject therefore introduces basic problem solving structures and strategies within an industrial design context. This is accomplished using various teaching strategies including a series of formal lectures, industrial design problems and projects (long term and short term) to be completed as individuals and in groups.

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Spring session, City campus

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