Our industrial design courses introduce you to the theory and history of innovative and sustainable products, and will help you to understand the strategic thinking behind creating  designs that will stand the test of time.

You’ll learn about professional practice, design psychology, consumer knowledge, applied research and sustainability to get inside the mind of your customer. 

After graduating  from our product design course, you’ll have gained key  skills, such as sketching, computer design and manufacturing, which you can use to create innovative new products and effective product packaging design. 

From brief through to launch, you’ll have more than just the skills to create a product — you’ll have the knowledge and strategic thinking to come up with solutions your clients could never dream of.

Browse our courses to find detailed course information, application dates, entry requirements, fees, subjects, ATAR requirements and more. 

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    Overall graduate of the year

    Swinburne graduate Alexandra Tyquin has been named Overall Graduate of the Year by the Design Institute of Australia Victoria and Tasmania Branch (DIA VIC TAS).

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    New research into soil used for building

    Dr Gergana Rusenova commences an Australia-Germany research project into textile-reinforced granular materials that are more sustainable and efficient.

    Tuesday 30 March 2021
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    Photomedia graduates capture their lockdown experiences

    Bachelor of Design graduates who majored in photomedia captured their lived experiences of COVID-19 lockdown in a rich collection of images, film, sound, projection and installation art.

    Friday 14 May 2021

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