How to Make Simple Products Look Great?
Just because it's never been done, doesn't mean it can't be.
An interest in learning and finding out something should be the basis of your drive. It's important to strike that balance between functionality and aesthetics, however, you can get as fanciful as you want as long as the design is practical and well-thought-out enough to actually be possible. How do you do that? Well, grab a pencil and start sketching. Develop your ideas first by putting down feasible thoughts. This is followed by creating a 3D CAD model that helps you understand your product visually in terms of proportions and form of design. It helps to keep going back and revisiting the problem statement to make sure the design meets the needs of the users. It's often useful to create a prototype as well. This can be done through 3D printing or make the parts in a CNC machine. The process is quick and the outcome is accurate.