Product design and engineering requires changing the product properties without changing the chemical structure of the active substances. This entails developing the appropriate engineering and formulation processes, starting with the required properties of a product, such as particle size, viscosity, stability, elasticity or durability. For instance, by modifying the surface and interfacial properties or product morphology, new and much better product properties can be obtained. Covering the whole value chain -- from product requirements and properties via process technologies and equipment to real-world applications -- this two-volume work represents a comprehensive overview of the topic. The editors and majority of the authors are members of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering, and they describe here best practice in product design and production, taking in fundamentals, technologies and applications. The first volume is devoted to basics and technologies, while volume two looks at raw materials, additives and applications. Various industrial examples illustrate the different cases treated, with contributions from DSM, Henkel, Novozym, BASF, Abbott, Degussa, Bayer, Unilever and Syngenta. For process, pharma and chemical engineers, chemists in industry, and those working in the pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics, dyes and pigments industries.