Industrial designers take ideas for physical products and turn those ideas into something ready to be manufactured and sold. From core design concepts to sketching and CAD, learn everything you need to know to get started in industrial design

Learnthe fundamentals of design

Explorevarious ways of turning concepts into sketches

Createprototypes and designs on your road to manufacturing a product

## Courses
## Industrial Design Foundations
## By: Scott Clear
Take a high-level, practical look at industrial design. Learn about the role of storytelling in design, review a case study of an actual designer, and more

23h 44m
## Sketching for Product Design and AEC
## By: Kevin Henry
Learn sketching basics such as how to quickly generate shapes and forms, using planes, projection methods, line weights, and shade and shadow to bring product designs to life

31h 38m
## Rapid Prototyping for Product Design
## By: Gabriel Corbett
Bring your product designs into the real world with rapid prototyping. Get a close look at the machinery and the techniques, such as 3D printing, machining, and injection molding

41h 4m
## Introducing Rhino 6 (2018)
## By: Dave Schultze
Get up and running with Rhino 6, the powerful 3D modeling tool for product design and architecture, in just one hour

52h 8m
## Learning Design Thinking: Lead Change in Your Organization
## By: Turi McKinley
Learn how design thinking can lead to better business solutions. Discover new strategies for ideation and problem-solving, such as journey mapping, concepting, and prototyping

61h 16m
## Product Design: From Sketch to CAD
## By: Jean Gorospe
Transform product designs that start as rough sketches into polished CAD drawings, with Photoshop, Rhino, and Illustrator

71h 45m
## Product Design: From CAD to 3D Model
## By: Jean Gorospe
Turn a CAD concept model into something functional and ready for product rendering and manufacture

## Reverse Engineering Foundations: Product Design
## By: Steven Marjieh
Discover basic reverse engineering. Learn how to use physical measurement 3D scanning and touch probes to measure real-world objects and work with them in your CAD tool of choice

## Instructors
 Scott Clear
CDO of The Fi™ Company & Principle at Defy Design
 Kevin Henry
 Gabriel Corbett
Principle Mechanical Engineer - Tiger Industrial Inc. Author for Linkedin Learning: Teaching SolidWorks, Onshape, Sheet Metal Deisgn and Manufacturing

 Dave Schultze
 Turi McKinley
Global Practice Lead, Org Design at frog
 Jean Gorospe

 Steven Marjieh
Adjunct Professor at Macomb Community College