5 industries where designers achieved balance between functionality and aesthetics

January 10, 2022

As the digital revolution continues to push new boundaries, designers are constantly challenged with designing products that meet both functional and cosmetic requirements. It is more important than ever for companies to make sure their designs not only work properly but look good while doing so. Which industries currently achieve this balance? Let’s take a look!

1) Mobile devices

No surprises here at all; in fact, it would be difficult not to include this industry given how much attention Apple has received over the years for its high-end design standards. From iPhones to Macbooks, everything just looks perfect when you hold them in your hands.

2) 3D printers

3D printers have become immensely popular this past decade, with prices falling and new functionality being implemented almost every year. Designs vary depending on how much you want to spend and what your 3D printer can handle, but they all still work towards making good products while looking great at the same time.

3) Cars

We all want our cars to look fantastic on top of being extremely functional. Vehicle designers make sure they put safety first while also making your ride looks appealin inside and out.

4) Furniture

Furniture is a huge industry that has come a long way since chairs were made out of wood and stone; now, they are designed to be ergonomic, affordable and fashionable all at once! Consumers can purchase furniture from high-end retailers or find functional pieces at their local department store because design matters for everyone.

5) Travel Gear

While designing travel apparel for a large company can be difficult, it’s ultimately rewarding to know you have pants and jackets that will last, while being comfortable all at once. Depending on your budget, there are different types of fabrics you can choose from with the goal of making you look good while also being prepared for any weather conditions that may come your way.


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