I would argue that any good indutrial designer does not have a particular style, instead, they learn on a project by project basis of what style is appropriate and then apply their design talent to design products and experiences that are appropriate to the company and users they design for. I would argue that an adaptive design style is the best design style there is, always changing, never the same, becomign richer with experience.
I lean towards more clean/modern design; however I love to sink my teeth into any project. It's fun to create a design that not only looks good, but is also functional.
I don't think I have a style but others describe it as minimalist. I like to think that every project is different.
I think my designs are a nice combination of practical and attractive.
We ALWAYS start with a "blank sheet of paper" and adjust our style to the greatest benefit of our client.
My design style is sympathetic, tradition with a modern twist.
Logical and easy to follow--great form always follows from attention to function. Clean and eye-catching. Often wacky and whimsical.
I would say smart. I find the biggest challenge is to work within a clients parameters, yet still be creative and practical.
I have a hand painted style that like to mix with computer techniques.
Ultra-feminine & sexy, yet still very sophisticated
Clean, Organized, and Clever.
Working with most of the So Cal beach culture since 1989.
Whimsical. Especially with the kids stuff. I can shift gears and deisgn in a clean graphic way when I design for logos or corporate clients.
simplistic, raw, organic, thought provoking