Automotive company gives UC DAAP students a chance to develop product ideas

Thanks to a partnership with Lectra, students of UC DAAP with majors ranging from transportation to fashion and furniture design will learn how to develop product ideas using digital product-development techniques, including 3D modeling and 2D pattern making.

Students will take a new interdisciplinary course exploring emerging automotive interior design trends. The school was chosen, in part, because it was ranked as one of the top five undergraduate industrial design programs in the U.S. in 2016 by consulting and research firm DesignIntelligence.

The class will be offered in September 2019 and is open to students preparing for design careers in transportation, fashion, furniture design, and other industries. To read more, click here.

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