You don't have to have any experience with product design, engineering, or ID - just be observant, find those little things that matter, and have a desire to share the good, the bad, and the ugly with the world!

Anyone can comment on the blog posts, so feel free to do so. And going off on tangents is encouraged, since a lot of these things are more related than they might seem at first! Just be nice, and keep an open mind.

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Unknown said...

I am looking for product design or industrial design as a potential career. Some of the universities have offered me MA Product design, whereas others have offered me MSc Industrial design. I cant decide on which one to choose.

Unknown said...

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