Industrial Designer Treyshaun Reed College, Careers, & Skills Epic Academy Charter High School Ms. Marrissia Jones January 10, 2017 OutlineA. INTRODUCTIONAccording to my personality test the best career for me is to be a Industrial Designer.However, as a youth I had developed a few hard skills. Activities that I have engaged in are rapping, song writing, and drawing designs. Also, throughout these career phases I have had interest in being a rapper, a snowboarder, a architect, a screenwriter, and a studio engineer.
I have wanted to be a musician, have performed a few times & wrote many songs because of my long love for music. I eventually learned the difficulty in that field and I am always told to have a backup career. Moreover, I discovered my black up plan was to become a Industrial Designer according to my personality test.
However, I have always enjoyed drawing or imagining designs of my own as a kid I made a lot of weird/ little sculptures and came up with a lot of ideas but never really thought about it as a career. As a industrial Designer I want design to design state of the art high tech devices & weapons that would I want to Break the shell of technology development & design I want to bring to life devices used on TV I want to create touchscreen projectors that allows you to touch what’s being projected with your own hands. I want to create weapons that helps makes our nation number one and feel safe and not threatened by other countries. I want be successor of apple with my own company that has partnership with apple allowing me too design apple products. VALID INFO:ENTP’s are masters of re-inventing the wheel and often refuse to do a task the same way twice. They question norms and often ignore them altogether. Established procedures are uninspiring to the Visionary, who would much rather try a new method (or two) than go along with the standard.
ENTP’s prize competency and often want to be the expert. They enjoy work that demands continual improvement in their knowledge and skills. They value power, and want a career that allows them contact with powerful people and the opportunity to increase their own influence. ENTP’s are idea people, and chafe at routine. They get bored very quickly when required to repeat a task or attend to details.
They do best when their work is highly conceptual, and allows them to solve problems creatively without having to think through the details. Industrial designers must have Creativity. For example, Industrial designers must be innovative in their designs and the ways in which they integrate existing technologies into their new product. Industrial designers must have Interpersonal skills. For example, Industrial designers must develop cooperative working relationships with clients and colleagues who specialize in related disciplines. Industrial designers must have Mechanical skills. For example, Industrial designers must understand how products are engineered, at least for the types of products that they design.
Industrial designers must have Developing Objectives. For example, strategies establishing long-range objectives and specifying the strategies and actions to achieve them. Industrial designers must have Innovation skills. For example, a job requires creativity and alternative thinking to develop new ideas for and answers to work-related problems. Industrial designers must have the ability to pay attention to Detail. For example, job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.
Industrial designers must have analytical thinking skills. For example, a job that requires analyzing information and using logic to address work-related issues and problems. Industrial designers must have persistence skills.
For example, persistence in the face of obstacles. Industrial designers must have Dependability. For example, a job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations. CONNECTION TO CHOSEN CAREER:The ideal work environment for an ENTP is intellectually challenging without being rigid, with creative and intelligent co-workers. The ideal job for an ENTP allows them to put their creativity to work developing innovative ideas, while allowing them to delegate responsibility for the tedious details of implementation to others.Industrial designers must have Analytic skills. For example, use logic or reasoning skills to study consumers and recognize the need for new products.
Industrial designers must have Artistic ability. For example, Industrial designers sketch their initial design ideas, which are used later to create prototypes. As such, designers must be able to express their design through illustration. Industrial designers must have Computer skills. For example, Industrial designers use computer-aided design software to develop their designs and create prototypes.SIMILARITIESTop executives often work many hours, including evenings and weekends.
In 2016 about half worked more than 40 hours per week.Industrial designers who are self employed or work for firms that hire them out to other organizations may need to adjust their workdays frequently in order to meet with clients in the evening or on weekends.DIFFERENCES:Because entrepreneurs tend to work for themselves and start their own businesses, there are few job postings seeking entrepreneurs. Employers and agents want musically talented composers who are respectful and willing to work with people, which means being open to criticism. Employers highly value industrial engineers who hold bachelor’s degrees in industrial engineering or a related field.
B. INTERESTRAPPING – The effective use of literary devices through poetic verses to express and invoke emotion, illustrate, imagery through storytelling and or demonstrate personal greatness or wit.BEING IN POWER – Take control; ruleC.
ACTIVITIESORIGINALITY – The ability to come up with unusual or clever ideas about a given topic or situation, or to develop creative ways to solve a problem.SPEAKING – Talking to others to convey information effectively.ACTIVELY LISTENING – Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the point being made, asking questions as appropriates and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
D. PERSONALITY RESEARCHENTP – ENTP is an acronym used to describe one of the sixteen personality types created by. It stands for Extraverted, iNtuitive, Thinking, Perceiving. ENTP indicates a person who is energized by time spent with others (Extraverted), who focuses on ideas and concepts rather than facts and details (iNtuitive), who makes decisions based on logic and reason (Thinking) and who prefers to be spontaneous and flexible rather than planned and organized (Perceiving).
ENTPs are sometimes referred to as Visionary personalities because of their passion for new, innovative ideas.STRENGTHS / WEAKNESSES Knowledgeable – Love learning new things Quick Thinkers – Able to use our minds wisely & extraordinary w/ tremendous flexibility Original – Very unique, creative, innovative, and imaginative. Excellent Brainstormers – Being able to analyze and think critically. Charismatic – Have a strong word manipulation that intrigues others Power of absolute dedication & inspirationEnergetic – Enjoy exercising their mind by debating an idea.
Very Argumentative – Insensitive – Being so rational which causes misjudgement of other feelings pushing their debates well past others tolerance levels which magnifies the issue tremendously. Intolerant – If you can’t back up your ideas in a match of mental sparring they will not bother talking to you at all Can Find It Difficult To Focus – Boredom can happen to ENTP too easily fresh thoughts are the solution though not always a helpful one. Dislike Practical Matters – ENTPs are interested in the future they are visionaries.C. CAREER SUMMARYIndustrial Designers develop and design manufactured products, such as cars home, appliances, and children’s toys.Combine artistic talent with research on product use, marketing, and materials to create the most functional and appealing product design.Therefore, Industrial designers are always drawing detailed or technical illustrations ,and collaborating with others to develop or refine designs. In addition, to developing artistic or designing concepts for decorators, exhibitions, or commercial purposes ,and coordinating construction or installation activities.
An also presenting work to clients for approval. Additionally, prepare sketches of ideas, detailed drawings, illustrations, artwork, or blue prints, using drafting instruments, paints and brushes or computer aided design equipment.What to learn/ EducationFor one should take high school courses in Design Engineering & Technology, Production & Processing, Mechanical, Computers & Electronics.Most of these occupations require a four year bachelor’s degree, but some do not. No, trade or technical school is not a requirement for this career.One should major in the Arts & Design, and the school that is MIT.
The enrollment of that school is Urban. The acceptance rate at MIT is 8%.For every 100 applicants only 8 are admitted.This means the school is extremely selective.The admission requirements for this college is a 4.15 GPA you would need to be top of your class & a SAT score of 1590.Active listening skills, critical thinking, reading comprehension, speaking,and complex problem solving.
High school courses in Design Engineering & Technology, Production & Processing, Mechanical, Computers & Electronics are needed for this major ,and one should take the same courses in college for this major.Many schools require successful completion of some basic art and design courses before granting entry into a bachelor’s degree program.Applicants also may need to submit sketches and other examples of their artistic ability.Many programs provide students with the opportunity to build a professional portfolio of their designs by collecting examples of their designs from classroom projects, internships, or other experiences.Earnings and Outlooks:ENTRY WAGE:37,040AVERAGE WAGE:67,790EXPERIENCED WAGE:105,690Below average new jobs opportunities are less likely in the future.
Employment:Art business and engineering industries employ people in this career field, yes there is a constant demand for this job, yes consumer demand for innovative products and new products style should sustain the demand for industrial designers.Conclusion:Nope with my current grades and G.P.
A Im going down the wrong path. Nope I cannot but I will in the future & will keep it that way. Therefore I will make new study habits & devote my time to school education become closer to god complete & fulfill my goals for this year and challenge myself in addition expanding my education/ prior ten fold my secondary education goals to earn my bachelors degree and maybe higher. I want to go to Harvard, M.I.T ,which specializes in my career, or a Historical Black College/University that specializes in my career.