Think of all the things that we use (phones, glasses, coffee makers), that we used to use (kids toys), that we will use (assistive devices in old-age), that are used on us (medical devices, police body cameras), that we consider using (all the commercials for products we see but don't buy), or that we may never use but make us think (conceptual products in a museum gallery). All of those things were designed by a Product Designer.

In the MICA Product Design program you’ll learn the hard skills of sketching and prototyping, create 3D computer models and realistic renderings, understand the expressive and functional qualities of materials, identify and design for user needs and desires, and learn how to communicate your ideas to clients and collaborators. 

Product Design is for those who want to change the look and feel of everyday life. 


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