Industrial Design student work

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The Division of Design educates and trains designers to create and develop concepts that optimize the function, value, and appearance of communications, products, and systems for the benefit of both industry and society.

We offer a Bachelor of Design (BDes) degree in the following majors: Industrial DesignInteraction Design, and Visual Communication Design. At the graduate level, a Masters of Design (MDes) degree is available.

Student Work

  • Design Show 2016
    Design Show 2016 in Jacob Lawrence Gallery
  • Industrial Design student work
    Industrial Design student work
  • Zephyr Search and Rescue app + vest by Curry and Hendrickson
    Christian Curry + Cadence Hendrickson, Zephyr search and rescue app + vest
  • Making Letterforms project by Julia Manchek
    Julia Manchek, Making Letterforms project
  • Infographic by Khaito Gengo
    Khaito Gengo, Infographic: Too Good to Waste

Recent Design News

Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse
The School is very pleased to announce the hiring of two tenure-track faculty who begin teaching in early 2017. We have also hired five full-time lecturers who will teach during the 2016-2017 academic year. Read more
2016 Welcome BBQ
New graduate students started classes on Wednesday, September 28, and were welcomed to the School of Art + Art History + Design in an evening event that included: a private reception for Double Rainbow All The Way, the newly-installed exhibition in the Jacob Lawrence Gallery; self-introductions to a crowd of faculty, staff, School Advisory Board members, and Catherine Cole, the new Divisional Dean of the Arts; and a BBQ dinner. The School is able to attract outstanding students in art, art... Read more
Jamie Walker
Although most schools, colleges, and universities have already welcomed students to the new academic year, the UW maintains the tradition of offering classes within a quarter system resulting in a late September start of autumn quarter. Read more