How many times did you think how to show your works to gain visibility in internet? How many times you hoped to be seen by Design professionals? How many times you hoped to be contacted by one of them or to contact them?
Social Networks like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Linkedin, Youtube, and websites are a great opportunity to communicate with the world.
You do something and you can share it with anybody, what is delicate is “how” you do it! In some disciplines like Design (specially Car Design) you have to be smart enough to communicate and share your works without provoking a negative reaction. It is about your behaviour.
In my video I give few tips & suggestions to avoid most common mistakes.
several times some of you keep on asking about how to make an Entry Portfolio for Design school admission. How many drawings or projects? What type of drawings? Just sketches or some color renderings, too? What kind of organization do I need to prepare a good one? How not to miss my chance to be accepted and start my Transportation Design Bachelor program in school.
So, to put order about this important topic I made my latest DESIGN TALK on my Youtube channel talking about the Entry Portfolio and how to make one.
The Car Design Portfolio is a hot topic in Design education, and during my last LIVE CHAT on my YouTube channel I talked about it. The objective in this video lecture is to give lots of advices and tips to you so that you remain concentrated on the key factors to make a professional portfolio.
We must keep in mind that quality and creativity are the most important aspects of any portfolio, with quality I also mean skills.
How many mistakes should we be aware of? Many, and in this video I explain how to avoid some of them.
Too many people still asking about what type of school career plan adopt to become a car designer, and too many still believe that the best way is to start an Engineering University to shift later to a Master in Car Design. This is wrong!
In this video I try to explain why, please check it out!
Luciano Bove and the Design Academy India candidates
The Renault Design Academy India special Internship Program held in Chennai Design Studio (in India) is almost at its end.
On the 14th of November the four candidates will deliver their project presentation including their scale painted models, Luciano Bove (DAI Program Manager) & Patrick Lecharpy (Renault VP Advance Design & India Design Operations) will be in Chennai for the presentation and also to decide what to do after the Design Academy in Chennai design studio.
The Renault Design managers from France will announce the follow up of this special internship, we do not know yet how many will be hired as designers by Renault, we do not know if those projects will have an extra activity for the near future.
The only sure thing is that the Design Academy India will be present at the next Delhi Motor Show on the Renault India stand…and it might not be just this…
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