Car Designer profession is a very fascinating one, I am not writing it because I am a designer, but because it really is. It is about a creative job around the automobile, so it is about art and passion, love and sacrifice.
How to do to become car designers? This is a frequently asked question often I receive from many people every month via my Facebook page and other socials like Instagram. For thi reason I decide to write an article about it on Hubpages and to read it please click: How to do to become a car designer.
The Car designers’ market changed a lot in the last 20 years thanks to many new design schools popping out as mushrooms around the world. How this is affecting the car designer market?
It is clear that today the hiring age is lower than some years ago. A young designer out of school is hired at the age of 21/23 years old, this is the reason why the age factor is very important to get into a car design studio. Naturally a real talent will always have his/her chance even if older…but it remains an exception.
IED Turin Italy – Riccardo Balbo school director welcomes new students
October is the month, during which, many Design Schools and Universities open their doors to start a new academic year.
There are the fresh new young students dreaming to start finally they beloved Design training experience, those that have to continue their courses (the ones in the middle of their journey), and those that at the end of this year will just finish school to start a new adventure getting a real designer job.
My advice to all design students is to work hard with strong sense of responsibility. Remember why you are there, stay concentrate on your objectives, you are in a magical place that will help you to get out the best of your skills, talent, and determination to become a designer.
Listen to your teachers, however move on and also listen to your heart. Be respectful, but be competitive, don’t give up learning by your mistakes.
You choose a very special professional career and also a vary rare one so work your ass off to hope you will deserve a place in a design studio somewhere some day in your life.
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