Measurement and control engineers design the systems that control machinery and equipment in industry.
Mechanical engineering technicians design, install and repair industrial plant machinery and parts.
Landscape architects plan, design, create and manage the landscapes we live and work in.
Computer-aided design (CAD) technicians use software to design buildings, machinery, goods and components.
Naval architects design, construct, refit and repair marine vessels and offshore structures.
Aerospace engineering technicians design, build, test and repair civil and military aircraft.
Set designers design and create the setting for a television, theatre or film production.
Technical textiles designers use computer aided design software to research, create and test textiles for specific uses.
Glass engravers use electrical and hand tools to create designs on glass.
Cake decorators design, make and decorate cakes for birthdays, weddings and other special occasions.
Software developers design, build and test computer programmes for business, education and leisure activities.
Furniture designers produce designs for mass-produced furniture, furniture made in small batches or unique pieces.
Ceramics designer-makers design and create products made from clay.
Nanotechnologists design and build devices and materials on a tiny scale.
Building surveyors advise clients about the design, construction, maintenance and repair of buildings.
Jewellery designers plan the style and pattern of jewellery, silverware and other decorative products.
Visual merchandisers design eye-catching product displays and store layouts to encourage sales.
Town planning assistants process planning applications, advise the public about regulations and carry out computer design work and office administration.
Planning and development surveyors assess, design and manage development projects in towns, cities and rural areas.
Textile designers create fabric designs and patterns for woven, knitted and printed materials for clothes or interior furnishings.