This is a practice of visual language analysis and design anatomy. A brand use visual language to communicate features via a three-dimensional. Many brands developed their own visual grammar. It is comprised of a number of design elements, organized through design principles which together may convey certain meanings (semantics) to a user. It also has strategic associations with functional
necessity and brand identity.
Take an in-depth look at existing products, and identify how it applies their visual language. Then use the explanatory sketch as means to study usage scenarios, inspirations, internal components, assembling, material choice, manufacturing process, and even a backstory.