Product Design: How to Launch Successful Products Premium class

Joey Roth, Industrial Designer

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8 Videos (54m)
    • Introduction

      3:13
    • Your Assignment

      2:26
    • Finding Inspiration

      5:14
    • Selecting Materials

      6:27
    • Sketching

      6:51
    • Moving Into CAD

      9:00
    • Manufacturing

      13:24
    • Marketing

      7:07

About This Class

Join acclaimed product designer Joey Roth for a behind-the-scenes look at how products come to life.

This hour-long class is a journey brimming with real-world insights, creative vision, and tactics for a successful launch in the marketplace. Joey shares his philosophy on design; offers practical tips for working with stakeholders, manufacturers, and marketers; and uses examples from his own work to show how to successfully negotiate the tension between your initial concept and practical outside forces.

This class is especially geared towards those with an interest in launching their own products, but anyone with an enthusiasm for industrial design, making, and aesthetics will find this class highly engaging. All students are encouraged to present their product ideas in the online gallery and exchange feedback.

This class is an encouraging, empowering experience that will change the way you look at objects all around you — and the way you create objects yourself.

48 of 51 students recommendSee All

Great information and great teeth! Highly recommended!
Good insights of the design process.
This is a great outline towards creating a first product! Well done! There aren't a ton of specifics on how to do sketching, CAD, or general prototyping, but it's probably the best course I've taken on the overall process and there's some great tips as well. Thank you!
Bennett Huffman

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Joey Roth

Industrial Designer

Joey was born in San Francisco and grew up in New Jersey. He graduated from Swarthmore with a BA in Industrial Design Theory. When taking a break from design, he likes long-distance skateboarding, reading, and perfecting his BBQ.