The iPhone, the iPad and other product successes from Apple are good examples of how digital and physical design can be woven together. A great user experience – and ensuing product success – is more and more often the result of the perfectly designed merger of digital and physical dimensions.
This trend can be seen in all types of consumer products from toys to washing machines, which are increasingly both digital and physical. Terms like “the internet of things” and “smart cities” as well as technologies like wearables and self-driven cars are examples of how the physical–digital divide is getting smaller.
The obvious question for a designer is how to design for this ever-growing market and how to avoid its pitfalls. In this course, you will learn exactly that.
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