Design is a rapidly growing, and challenging field to work in, specifically for professionals who have an aptitude and skills of design thinking. Experts suggest that the Design industry is likely to become Rs 18,800 crores by the year 2020. Businesses that hire design experts are in high demand as ‘out-of-box’ and ‘creative’ thinking has become mainstream today implicating many important aspects in our lives ranging from clothes, to cars and products we use. This is the reason why students are opting for design courses more than the STEM courses. This post describes three top courses for career in design.
Design is a vast domain and students can select various streams according to their preferences and shape their future. There are many professional institutions offering top-notch design courses like NID-Ahmedabad, MIT ADT University, World University of Design – Sonipat and Symbiosis International – Pune.
Here are Top courses for career in Design:
Fashion designing is one of the most lucrative, appealing, glamorous and stimulating career options in today’s world. It is also a demanding career, as fashion designers need to combine their creativity with managerial skills to sustain in this industry. A decent aesthetic sense, colour expertise, good taste and sense of trends & fashion is what you need to venture into the arena of Fashion Designing. An eye for detail, and knowledge of fabrics is a big plus for those serious about a career as a fashion designer. The fee structure varies from institution to institution. However, on an average you will have to dish out more than Rs. 45,000 p.a. to complete a course in Fashion Designing from a reputed institution. Prospects for fashion design graduates are excellent because of the huge and ever growing demand for “designer wear” and the quantity of exports.
The Automobile Industry has a great scope for all the qualified and trained automotive designers in India. The field of transportation design differs significantly from its sub-category of automobile design. Transportation design is focused on utilitarian, pragmatic solutions to big-picture transit challenges. While it does include automobile design, transportation methodologies address technological design issues that affect the environment as well as the socio-economic well-being of communities. Sustainability and alternative transportation are aspects of this rapidly growing specialization.
Apart from the automobile manufacturing industry, an automotive designer can also seek employment in multimedia movie production and ad development team for designing various sports and hi-tech car models used in most of the movies today. A career in automobile designing is a very promising career option for aspiring candidates in terms of the job opportunities.
The consumer market in India is growing with both national and international firms wooing Indian consumers with the most advanced, high-tech and innovative product offerings. Brands around the globe are competing to outperform each other with better designed products to cater to the ever changing and diverse needs of the consumer. India is poised to become one of the largest markets in the coming years and naturally the demand for products will grow. Most new concepts will require the services of industrial designers to convert functional designs into usable, ergonomic, good looking products.
A designer’s role in these organizations involves envisioning, imagining, conceptualizing and creating state-of-the-art products that people can use and cherish in their daily lives. A product designer works towards improving the novelty, usability, functionality and aesthetics of a product all the while considering the manufacturing feasibility and its marketability. Demand for product designers in India has increased over the years and is currently growing at an annual rate of 10% as per Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) reports. With a dearth of skilled product designers in India, the need for qualified designers has increased manifold.
There are ample opportunities in the industry for trained designers. After completing design education, you can easily be absorbed by the government organizations and institutions once you qualify competitive exams such as UPSC, SSC, PSC, etc. Alternatively, there are many job openings in the private sector such as marketing sector, boutiques, fashion media, quality control offices, or furniture manufacturing units. What’s more, multinational giants such as Microsoft, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Sap Labs, Cognizant, and Infosys are also hiring talented design graduates considering the immense potential of designers in the industry.
This post top courses for career in design is by Dr Sanjay Gupta, Vice Chancellor, World University of Design.
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