There is a multiplicity of facets, specialisations and skills required to design the matching spectrum of products that are produced. These products range from those where appearance or consumer appeal have high priority, for example in certain types of pottery, glass or graphic illustration, to items where functionalism is paramount, for example in engines, transformers and scientific equipment. This broad spectrum falls into two categories often referred to as industrial design and engineering design respectively.
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