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Steve Jobs is responsible for influencing how people experience their media with the creation of sleek and user-friend products. Instead of using clunky, handheld MP3 players to play their music, Jobs created and designed the iPod, which much improved interface and easy controls that put it above the market.
Just like Jobs, industrial design is all about the user. Products are created not only for their function, but also the ease of using them. If something is difficult to use, regardless of how useful they are, then there’s a good chance people won’t be using them at all. Therefore, it is the job of an industrial designer to merge both usability, function, and even appearance in a product.
For aspiring industrial designers out there, below are images from portfolios made by current and former industrial design students to inspire you come up with trailblazing product designs for the benefit of the consumers.
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