The primary goal of industrial design is to enhance the usability, ergonomics, and overall user experience of a product or system. Industrial designers consider factors such as form, function, materials, manufacturing processes, and the target market in their design process.
Industrial design protection refers to the legal rights granted to the creators of new and original designs for industrial or commercial products. These designs may include the shape, configuration, pattern, ornamentation, or composition of a product. Industrial design protection aims to prevent unauthorized copying or imitation of designs and provides a means for designers to safeguard their intellectual property.