Effective student industrial designers: identifying formative factors


Experience teaching industrial design at an undergraduate level has shown the author that students with a high grade β€˜A’ level in Design subjects from schools do not, necessarily, succeed at a high level at university. There are clearly many factors involved and the relationships will be both complex and unique to individuals. This paper presents work done to start unpicking these factors and relationships

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