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Course - B. Design 

Duration – 4 years (8 Semester)

Eligibility – 12th Standard Pass / Any Stream / From Recognized Board

Admission – Through entrance Exam / Interview 


What is Product Design

Product design is the process of defining users' problems and devising creative solutions to these challenges in order to create a useable product that fits their demands. The term is also applied to the end product of this procedure, the design qualities of a previously manufactured product.

There are 3 core types of design when it comes to Product Design:

  • System Design.

  • Process Design.

  • Interface Design.

What you Must Learn to Become a
Product Designer


A Product Designer is a person who employs the various aspects and techniques of design to build and implement a solution that addresses a user's experience issues.

The first thing you need know about the design process is that it is not linear, despite the fact that it has multiple steps. Throughout the project, the design team will be required to return, make adjustments, and most likely repeat the same activity multiple times.

Research: Research is the initial stage in developing a new product. Of course, knowing why the product exists and who will use it is vital before beginning work on the project.

The task at hand: The design team begins by looking over the brief. This document aids in learning the client's needs and  comprehending the client's project vision.

User interviews: A user interview is a quick and easy technique to learn how users feel, think, and believe in order to design a product that meets their needs.

Moodboard: Moodboards are a kind of sneak peek into the design of the future. It aids in the presentation and coordination of the project's visual elements.

Wireframe: A wireframe is a simplified visual representation of a design. Consider a wireframe to be the skeleton of your design, and keep in mind that it must include all of the key elements of the final product.

Prototype: The prototype is the product’s fundamental layout, which depicts all of its parts and functions. It enables you to visually show all of your ideas and make revisions with little effort and expense.

Testing for usability: Usability testing is a technique for assessing the usability and efficiency of an interface.

Career & Job Roles

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