3 trends changing the product shape design

By Kyzmen Wood

Today’s products are sleek and highly stylized – with everything from armchairs to skyscrapers featuring visually appealing, organic shapes. How can subdivision modeling help you create a visually pleasing product that offers a fresh approach to shape design, incorporating form, function, and aesthetics into your unique product vision?

In our latest eBook, we explore three distinct consumer- and industry-led trends driving the changing shapes of our products, the role of subdivision modeling in modern design, and the capabilities you need to respond effectively to new market demands.

Critical capabilities for shape design and modeling

Three trends changing the shape of products we cover in the eBook include:

  • Primary drivers behind the demand for aesthetically pleasing products
  • Key capabilities needed to respond to industry demands
  • How to develop unique, aesthetically pleasing products as part of your existing product development processes

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The unique role of subdivision modeling

We’ll examine subdivision modeling as a focused capability for balancing product form and function during design. Subdivision modeling, a technique used in the entertainment industry for years, gradually divides a surface into regions of greater detail. Now, a broader range of industries is embracing the technique to create next-generation, highly aesthetic products.

Read the eBook today to understand why you should think about aesthetics as a primary aspect of product design and how anyone, even beginners, can quickly and easily create high-quality shapes based on complex geometry.

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