Role of graphic design in correlation with industrial design - product
Authors: David Despotoski, Toni Vasic, Katerina Despot, Vaska Sandeva
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Design as a process can take many forms depending on the subject being designed and the individual or individuals involved. In the context of applied arts, engineering, architecture and other creative activities, design is both a noun and a verb. Design in its verbal context is the process of creating and developing a plan for an aesthetic and functional subject, which requires appropriate research, thinking, modeling, customization and redesign. As a noun, design is also used as a final plan of action (drawing, model or other description), or the result of following that plan of action. The interrelationship between graphic and industrial design is unbreakable, ie graphic design is a function of industrial design when it comes to industrially produced objects. Graphic design clarifies the image of industrial design.