Introduction to Industrial Design

World Design Organization, of which we are an institutional member, defines industrial design in a nutshell as “a trans-disciplinary profession that harnesses creativity to resolve problems and co-create solutions with the intent of making a product, system, service, experience or a business, better.”

Industrial designers place people at the heart of the process. They perceive user needs in depth through empathy and apply a pragmatic, user-centered problem solving process to design products, systems, services and experiences. They are the strategic shareholders of the innovation process and are in a unique position to bridge the gap between various professional disciplines and commercial interests. They value the economic, social and environmental effects of their work, as well as its contributions in the creation of a better quality of life.

Founded in 2009, our department offers mandatory professional courses, technical courses and professional elective courses to prepare our students to become well-equipped and competitive in their business life.

Promotional Brochure

Mission

To train entrepreneur, innovative, competitive and creative industrial designers, who have an active role in defining design and production, have environmental and social awareness at a national and international scale.

Vision

To improve students’ skills and train qualified industrial designers who are aware of problems, do research, make decisions and offer solutions.

News

Activities