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Industrial Design A-Z

Industrial Design A-Z

  • Industrial Design A Z

Kind meets perform
The economic designs that form our lives

If you happen to take even the slightest curiosity within the design of your toothbrush, the historical past behind your washer, or the evolution of the phone, you’ll take an excellent better curiosity in this fully up to date version of Industrial Design A–Z.

Tracing the evolution of commercial design from the Industrial Revolution to the current day, the e book bursts with synergies of type and performance that remodel our day by day expertise. From cameras to kitchenware, Lego to Lamborghini, we meet the person designers, the worldwide companies, and above all of the genius merchandise, that turn into built-in into even the smallest particulars of our lives.

Alongside star designers like Marc Newson and Philippe Starck, and main world manufacturers like Braun, Samsung, and Apple, lesser-known and newcomer entries similar to Brompton Bicycles and Enercon wind generators attest to product design’s stressed tempo, in addition to to right now’s most urgent challenges and priorities to which it should flip its artistic invention.

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  • May 10, 2018 at 2:21 pm
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    New Edition (2016) and how it differs from previous editions, January 2, 2017
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    Matthew Bird (Rhode Island) –

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    This review is from: Industrial Design A-Z (Hardcover)
    I teach with this book, and have been eagerly awaiting this revised edition. It does not disappoint! The Fiells have done their usual excellent work updating the book. There are new entries, existing entries that had aged have been refreshed, and tough decisions about what to eliminate to make room for the progress have been made gracefully. Because my students will wonder if older editions are comparable, I assume others will be curious, so here are the obvious changes:
    The new edition is about 40 pages longer than previous versions. There are 32 new entries to update and improve the content. Some are necessary and expected (to satisfy the Yves Béhar, Marc Newson, and Karim Rashid fans), while some are added to strengthen the historical narrative (Portsmouth Block Mills, Charles Babbage). The price tag for this new content is the 30 entries that have been removed. A careful reader might lament the loss of some (NASA, Sharp, Rubbermaid, Trevor Baylis…) but it would be impossible to complain about the decisions, as the book remains an excellent overview of industrial design in a publishing landscape that offers so few good options. Nearly 20 entries have been substantially updated to bring their subjects into the decade since the book was last revised.
    One other advantage is printing technology; this edition is in full color, and it makes what was already a visual celebration even more satisfying. Even the pictures of designers and patent reproductions benefit from richer tones. All entries that used to have black and white images have been upgraded to full color pictures.
    This is a LOT of book and a lot of great writing, editing, and information for the price, and remains a clear choice for learning about industrial design and its history.
  • May 10, 2018 at 2:47 pm
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Great for the right learner, November 25, 2013
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    Frank (Middleburg, FL) –

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    Not the most current volume, but reasonably priced. If you’re interested in Industrial Design or product design in general, you can’t go wrong with this. There are a lot of references to ‘landmark’ products that are not shown, but if you read it with your tablet next to you, like I do, you can be as deep as you wish. If you are into digging information, one page can branch out into multiple dimensions of learning when using along a tablet or laptop. Consider it an index, rather than an all-encompassing bible.
  • May 10, 2018 at 2:50 pm
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    4.0 out of 5 stars
    a decent, old design book, hasnt really aged …, April 21, 2018
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    Jay Mac

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    a decent, old design book, hasnt really aged well, but still well written and informative.. The bar is definitely much higher now though.

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