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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Industrial Designer

SUMMARY:   Highly creative, skillful and innovative Industrial Designer with huge background creating and producing designs for commercial, medical and industrial products; making models and prototypes of these designs for mass production.

Summary of Qualifications
  • More than six years experience.
  • Great ability to research market trends and materials/finish direction for future cabinet and bath hardware concepts.
  • Remarkable ability to Work closely with marketing, engineering and senior ID staff developing a large library of hardware concepts for bi-annual development seasons.
  • Excellent sketch ideation and communication skills.
  • Uncommon ability to interpret hand sketches into 3D models on SolidWorks 2007 using lofts, sweeps and surfaces.
  • Profound ability to produce RP cosmetic prototypes to communicate ideas to marketing, sales and customers at various line reviews and sales meetings.
  • Proven ability to work harmoniously in a multi-disciplinary product development team.
  • Flexibility in various stylistic direction; traditional, modern, feminine.
  • Solid understanding of ergonomics and human factors considerations.
  • In-depth knowledge of variety of media: wood, resin, die cast, metals, stains/finishes.
  • Deep knowledge of prototyping tools/techniques: SLA, foam, clay, etc.
  • Exceptional knowledge of manufacturing processes: injection molding, roll forming, stamping, die-casting, etc.
  • Proven ability to design mechanical, mass produced items.
  • Excellent 2D and 3D hand skills.
Professional Experience

Royal Engineering Corp., Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Industrial Designer
  • Prepare sketches of ideas, detailed drawings, illustrations, artwork, and blueprints, using drafting instruments, paints and brushes, or computer-aided design equipment.
  • Direct and coordinate the fabrication of models or samples and the drafting of working drawings and specification sheets from sketches.
  • Modify and refine designs, using working models, to conform with customer specifications, production limitations, or changes in design trends.
  • Coordinate the look and function of product lines.
  • Confer with engineering, marketing, production, and sales departments, or with customers, to establish and evaluate design concepts for manufactured products.
  • Present designs and reports to customers or design committees for approval, and discuss need for modification.
  • Evaluate feasibility of design ideas, based on factors such as appearance, safety, function, serviceability, budget, production costs/methods, and market characteristics.
  • Read publications, attend showings, and study competing products and design styles and motifs to obtain perspective and generate design concepts.
  • Research production specifications, costs, production materials and manufacturing methods, and provide cost estimates and itemized production requirements.
  • Design graphic material for use as ornamentation, illustration, or advertising on manufactured materials and packaging or containers.
  • Develop manufacturing procedures and monitor the manufacture of their designs in a factory to improve operations and product quality.
  • Supervise assistants' work throughout the design process.
  • Fabricate models or samples in paper, wood, glass, fabric, plastic, metal, or other materials, using hand and/or power tools.
  • Investigate product characteristics such as the product's safety and handling qualities, its market appeal, how efficiently it can be produced, and ways of distributing, using and maintaining it.
  • Develop industrial standards and regulatory guidelines.

Royal Engineering Corp., Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Industrial Designer Intern (under supervision)
  • Originated and developed ideas to design the form of manufactured products: Read publications, attended showings, and consulted with engineering, marketing, production, and sales representatives to establish design concepts.
  • Evaluated design ideas based on factors such as appealing appearance, design-function relationships, serviceability, materials and methods engineering, application, budget, price, production costs, methods of production, market characteristics, and client specifications.
  • Integrated findings and concepts and sketched design ideas.
  • Designed product packaging and graphics for advertising.
  • Built simulated model, using hand and power tools and various materials.
  • Prepared illustrations.
  • Prepared and coordinated preparation of working drawings from sketches and design specifications.
  • Designed products for custom applications.

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Design
University of Minneapolis (2000)




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