Join us on Wednesday, September 8th at noon Pacific Time Industrial design hacker chat With Eric Strebel!
At Hackaday, we celebrate all kinds of hardware hackers, and we try not to judge based on appearance. After all, every product starts on a breadboard or as a prototype built with hot glue and tape. The important thing is to make it work, at least in the beginning. But sometimes you have to think about how to make your project look like what people want to use, how to position controls and displays in a logical and attractive way, and how to ensure that your things can be truly built.
Turning a project into a product is the job of an industrial designer. Almost everything you use, from the toothbrush by the sink to the car you drive to work, bears industrial design logos, and some are more successful than others. Eric Strebel has been engaged in industrial design for many years, and he continues to provide us with a stable diet of design tips and tricks His popular YouTube channelHe will stop in Hack Chat to learn more about the principles of industrial design and how to make your project look as good as it actually works.
Our hacker chat is a live community event Hackaday.io hacker chat group messages. This week we will sit down at 12 noon Pacific time on Wednesday, September 8.If the time zone confuses you, we have a Convenient time zone converter.