Course in Design in Sweden

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Design is the process of conceptualizing, planning and creating objects and systems in the world around us. From graphic design to product design, furniture design to management design, courses at universities and academic institutions in Sweden can provide the required skills and knowledge essential for success. Graduates from design courses in Sweden go on to use the skills acquired in these programs in a number of professional applications, from becoming full time designers, to using heightened creative thinking ability in their non-design-based profession.

Ranging from a few weeks to a year or more in duration, design courses in Sweden may be available on a full time or part time basis in order to work within a variety of diverse students' schedules. In addition to gaining essential knowledge and technical abilities for success in design, and networking opportunities, successful graduates from design courses in Sweden will typically receive a diploma or certificate in recognition of completing the course. As all design courses are different, it is a good idea to request more information from the school in Sweden using the web form on the course information page.

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Undergraduate Course in Industrial Design Intensive

Umeå University, Umeå Institute of Design
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Sweden Ume√•

Industrial Design Intensiove is a one-year course package that runs over a whole study year, from autumn to spring term. The autumn term is dedicated to basic methods in industrial design with focus on the product design process, while the spring term includes [+]

Course Package - Industrial Design Intensive  (Undergraduate)

Industrial Design Intensive is a one-year course package that runs over a whole study year, from autumn to spring term. The autumn term is dedicated to basic methods in industrial design with focus on the product design process, while the spring term includes basics in interaction design, service design and design management.

The goal of the course is that the student should acquire basic knowledge about, and understanding of, the methods and proceedings that are used within industrial design. Special attention is given to the product development process but other areas of industrial design are also integrated in the course, such as interaction design, service design and design management. The course is mainly focused on methods for analysing problems, methods for ideation and creativity and methods for visualisation, presentation and communication.... [-]