Navigational design is one of the most important ambassadors of Made in Italy.
Italian nautical design is among the backbones of the national economy, because it includes leading sectors such as tourism, environment, communication, and event.
Italian designers are appreciated and in demand all over the world.
The degree in Product and Nautical Design trains new generations of experts in product design, web design, graphic design, design for cultural heritage, interection design, yacht design, interior design, social innovation design, ready to work in industry, research centers and public agencies.
The backbone of the course is made up of the core teachings divided into the three years and the two curricula: the Product Design, the Graphics and Communication, and the Yacht Design thematic workshops.
Alternating face-to-face lectures with projects and labs, the course ensures that each student acquires the theoretical and critical fundamentals while simultaneously gaining design experience for each teaching.
We recommend that you have:.
- basic knowledge of design
- high school level knowledge of
- history of architecture and art
- basic computer skills
- boating license
The Product and Nautical Design graduate.
Who is it?
Freehand designer, sketcher, model and prototype designer, decorator, illustrator, creative director, interior and furniture designer, industrial designer, creative graphic designer, advertising illustrator, web designer, industrial designer, technical designer, executive designer, vehicle and boat fitting designer, boat interior designer, outfitter, event promoter, graphic designer responsible for design and supervision, layout designer.
What do you do?
The skills associated with the professions mentioned above are broad: they range from the representation of reality to design projections through drawing, photography, digital image processing, and real or virtual modeling using manual or digital techniques. The synthesis of artistic and technical skills enables the creation of artifacts, digital products, and services for crafts, industry, and advertising, all aimed at the creation of objects of use, consumer goods, decorative elements, illustrations, and commercial media.
Where does she work?
He works as a design 'technician' in technical, research and development offices of companies or in professional design and consulting firms.