Product and Interface Design
Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, offers a course in Product and Interface Design. The duration of the course is two-and-half year. The course curriculum is well designed and tailored to fulfil the student's learning needs. Students get thorough understanding of their surroundings and user's insight. The course encourages students to transform this understanding into genuine creative design.
Srishti students acquire the knowledge of all technological aspects of product and interface design. Students are given industry level training so that they can get into the design industry easily. The school organizes workshop and training sessions throughout the academic year. These programmes help students to understand the global scenario of their respective field.
The School of Art encourages students to get into the real world of the industry by offering them interactive programmes like asking question, solving design programme, identifying problems, etc. Students get live environment on the campus. They participate in every programmes organized by the school. The school builds a transparent and learnable body of knowledge, based upon collaborative learning grounds.
The programme incorporates various disciplines that make students flexible, adaptable and ready to work with a spectrum of disciplines, including:
- Design pedagogy
- New media
The product and interface design programme encompasses practical exercises like project assignments instead of just classroom teaching. The project work is a live space where every student can discuss his/her respective pathways. The programme, Product and Interface Design (PID) incorporates subjects including:
- Rendering products
- Ergonomics and human factors
- Ideation techniques
- Presentation techniques
- Research methods
- Critical thinking
- User centered design
- Design discourse
- Exposure to engineering
- 3D sketching
This is collaborative project assignment where students specializing in Textile, Visual Communication, Furniture, Interior Design and second year of the Foundation Studies programme work together in a team to design and develop interior, furniture, textile and lines, interior spaces for home-stays, travel guides and maps of regions in Karnataka. The project contributes to a biggest regional heritage-planning project, The Hoysala Heritage Trail. Karnataka Tourism Department in association with UNESCO manages the project.
As a part of project assignment, the students studying in 'The Furniture and Interior Design' re-modified three old homes and two other homes as boutique hostels. Students are also asked to design and modify furniture prototypes for homes. The Visual Communication students are given assignments including developing travel guides, maps, etc. The Textile Deign and Foundation Studies students are given assignments like designing home accessories. Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, is one the best places to learn about art and design.