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This course introduces beginning transportation design students to the fundamentals of the design process and the 2D industrial drawing techniques required in the automotive industry. Design projects will focus on a variety of automotive markets to explore how the design processes and visual communication skills are applied in different scenarios. Course will also include discussions on the role and responsibilities of industrial designers, the design industry, as well as career and educational opportunities at ArtCenter College of Design. Class meets off campus in Los Angeles (mid-Wilshire area). Enrolled students will receive location address and directions one week before the class starts. Registration and all inquiries are handled by ArtCenter's Public Programs office in Pasadena. If you have any questions, please call 626 396-2319, or email your questions to email@example.com
†Class regularly offered in Fall, Spring and Summer
This course is strongly recommended for beginning students who want to enter the automotive design field. Class projects involve fundamental design principles and procedures, industrial drawing techniques and presentation methods. The role and responsibilities of the professional industrial designer as well as career information and opportunities are discussed. Class meets at Mazda Design North America, Irvine. These off-campus courses are taught in professional design firms by ArtCenter alumni. Registration and all inquiries are handled by ArtCenter's Public Programs office in Pasadena. Please do not contact the locations hosting these classes. Enrolled students will receive location address and directions after confirmation of registration. If you have any questions, please call 626 396-2319, or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
†Class regularly offered in Fall and Spring