ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
Industrial Design (IND)

IND 194 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
spring
Possible topics:

(a)Drafting for Industrial Design. (3)
Applies mechanical drafting knowledge and skills. Manual drafting principles and techniques with transition to computer-aided industrial design.

IND 227 Visual Methods for Problem Solving. (3)
fall
Introduces conceptual design activity based on the mind-eye-media feedback loop. Graphic language used to represent conjecture, analysis, synthesis of objects, and their contexts. Seminar, studio. Prerequisite: DSC 122.

IND 228 Imaging and Visualization. (3)
spring
Design activities stressing graphic language abstraction practiced for presentation. Discusses structure of criticism, including description, interpretation, and evaluation. Seminar, studio. Prerequisite: IND 227.

IND 242 Materials and Design. (3)
fall
Materials application in design. Introduces characteristics and properties of metals and organic materials, including plastics, and inorganic materials.

IND 243 Process and Design. (3)
spring
Influences of industrial processing on design. Introduces basic materials processing and post-forming processes. Emphasizes appearance enhancement and design constraints of material processing. Prerequisite: IND 242.

IND 260 Industrial Design I. (3)
fall
Introduces the method and process of the industrial designer. Determinants necessary in small product design. 1 hour lecture, 2 hours studio. Prerequisite: DSC 122.

IND 261 Industrial Design II. (3)
spring
Issues of physical form development related to product and design; form development properties of paper, fibers, wood, metal, and plastics. 1 hour lecture, 2 hours studio. Prerequisite: IND 260 (or its equivalent).

IND 316 20th-Century Design I. (3)
fall
Modern European and American design from 1900 to 1940. Emphasizes transportation, product, furniture, exhibition, and graphic design.
General Studies: HU, H

IND 317 20th-Century Design II. (3)
spring
Modern European, Asian, and American design since 1940. Emphasizes transportation, product, furniture, exhibition, and graphic design.
General Studies: HU, H

IND 327 Presentation Graphics. (3)
fall
Studies methods for portfolio and professional product presentation using graphic media for information transfer. Stresses aesthetic judgment, organization, and craftsmanship . Seminar, studio. Prerequisite: IND 228.

IND 328 Graphics for Industrial Design. (3)
spring
Investigates and applies applications and planning to the development of an identity for a product line structured as a system. Lab. Prerequisite: IND 327.

IND 354 Principles of Product Design. (3)
fall
Influences of physical and mechanical concepts in product design; mechanisms, kinematics, and fastening systems. Concepts of analysis for product design. Influences of concepts on aesthetics. Prerequisite: PHY 111.

IND 355 Plastics Design. (3)
not regularly offered
Mold design for part requirements; molded holes; threads; inserts; fastening and joining; decorating; reinforced plastics.

IND 360 Industrial Design III. (5)
fall
Methods of visual thinking, conceptualization, and ideation related to building skill levels in professional design presentation techniques. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: school approval.

IND 361 Industrial Design IV. (5)
spring
Emphasizes developing ideas into a complete functional product, including survey and application of aesthetics, human factors, materials, and manufacturing. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: IND 360.

IND 460 Design Project I. (5)
fall
Complete analysis of the product unit as an element of mass production, featuring marketing, technology, human factors, and visual design. Emphasizes professional standards. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisites: DSC 484; IND 361.

IND 461 Design Project II. (5)
spring
Product design, with emphasis in systems interaction. Culmination of design process and technique. Encourages individual project direction. 10 hours studio. Fee. Prerequisite: IND 361.

IND 470 Professional Practice for Industrial Design. (3)
fall
Business procedures, management techniques, accounting systems, ethics, and legal responsibilities of the design professions. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: senior standing.
General Studies: L

IND 474 Design Seminar. (3)
spring
Manufacturer’s liability, statutes, regulations, and common law rules; role of expert witnesses; insurance and product safety programs. Seminar. Prerequisite: senior standing.

IND 494 Special Topics. (3)
not regularly offered
Applies mechanical drafting knowledge and skills. Manual drafting principles and techniques with transition to computer-aided industrial design.

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