Bachelor of Design (Product Design)

The Bachelor of Design (Product Design) is the first step towards becoming an industrial designer. Industrial designers create the form and function of the thousands of products people use every day, including electronic devices, home appliances, workplace products, tools, sports equipment, fashion accessories, new car concepts, toy and game designs, furniture and medical equipment. To be a professional industrial designer, students are required to complete a three-year undergraduate degree and a Master of Design. 

  • Tim Rochford

  • Anthony Franze Drill

    Anthony Franze Drill

  • Nick Jolly, Modular Bathroom Concept, Design Research Studio

    Nick Jolly, Modular Bathroom Concept, Design Research Studio

  • Michael DiMonte

    Michael DiMonte

  • Margot Penner

    Margot Penner

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Peter Schumacher

Peter Schumacher:
Program Director - Product Design

Peter Schumacher is the Program Director of the Industrial Design programs at the University of South Australia. He has worked as a designer in Australia and internationally and has extensive experience in teaching the communication and interaction elements of industrial design.

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The degree has a strong emphasis on hands-on, practical experience through design studios, model making and prototyping, work experience and the opportunity for international study.

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