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Title: DVC Level 2 Part 5 Lesley Pearce National Facilitator www.technologynz.wikispaces.com


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DVC Level 2 Part 5 Lesley Pearce National
Facilitator www.technologynz.wikispaces.com
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Graphics practice
  • involves expressing a visual literacy through the
    development of a design idea by applying design
    and visual communication techniques and
    knowledge.

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2.34 Develop a spatial design through graphics
practice
  • 6 credits Internal
  • Spatial design is the
  • design of inside and outside
  • spaces, and may include but
  • is not limited to architectural,
  • interior design and landscape
  • architecture.

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Spatial design knowledge
  • design approaches, technical knowledge and visual
    communication techniques relevant to the specific
    spatial design context. These may include but are
    not limited to
  • design tools used for the development of spatial
    design ideas (e.g. bubble diagrams, symbolism and
    semiotics, paper architecture)

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  • Well considered design ideas integrate spatial
    knowledge throughout the development of the
    design ideas in response to the design brief

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NZ Best Design 2011 Spatial Design
Pacific Architecture in association with Warren
and Mahoney. Wellington International Airport
(The Rock)
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Hobsonville Point Park
8
Sketch models ppt
  • Sketches of Frank Gehry
  • A film by Sydney Pollack showing Gehrys working
    methods

9
Sketch models
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Activity
  • EXPERIMENT WITH IDEAS for materials, structure,
    forms, volumes, light, spatial qualities and
    compositions.
  • Fold, press, crease, pleat, score, cut, pull up,
    rotate, twist, revolve, wrap, pierce, hinge,
    knot, weave, compress.
  • From one piece of A4 card

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Activity
  • Sketch modelling with words as inspiration

flexible
tension
Juxtaposition
fragile
flight
twisting
fluid
elastic
rippling
weaving
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Container ppt
  • Possible spatial brief

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Design judgements
  • are supported by qualitative and/or quantitative
    data through research.
  • Design judgements are decisions made, or opinions
    expressed, and may reflect a perspective held by
    a designers values, tastes or views

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Technical knowledge
  • technical knowledge of materials, processes,
    sustainability and environmental considerations
    (e.g. topography, climate, aspect, building
    materials and details, organisation of space and
    light)
  • spatial visual communication techniques and
    approaches (e.g. architectural drawing and
    rendering, photo-montage).

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Possible design briefs
  • Discussion

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2.34 Draft Assessment
Achieved exploring and refining design ideas that draw on spatial design knowledge making design judgements on the positive and/or negative aspects of aesthetic and functional features of the design in response to the brief.
Merit clearly reviewing and refining design ideas that incorporate specialist spatial design knowledge making design judgements on relevant features of the design, in response to the brief, that inform the progression of design ideas.
Excellence effectively reviewing and refining well considered design ideas that integrate product design knowledge throughout the development.
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2.35 Develop a product design through graphics
practice
  • 6 credits Internal
  • Product design is the design
  • of objects and artefacts and
  • may relate to fashion,
  • packaging, media products,
  • consumer products and
  • engineered products

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Design Brief
  • Students must generate design ideas to a design
    brief with specifications that allow students to
    develop both aesthetic and functional
    specificaitons
  • Staples, Inc. is interested in starting a
    high-end line of office supplies for men and
    women
  • Suggest possible specifications?

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Successful product design
  • reveals useful functionality beyond its appealing
    form. No matter how excellent a design looks
    like, most customers arent likely to spend money
    on something they wont be able to use. On the
    other hand, most people are likely to buy
    something useful despite the design it has.
  • ability to combine both beautiful design and
    functionality making it obvious to the customers
    how the product can be used and which benefits it
    delivers. (Vitaly Friedman)

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Product design knowledge includes
  • design approaches, technical knowledge and visual
    communication techniques relevant to the specific
    product design context. These may include but are
    not limited to
  • design tools used for the development of product
    design ideas (e.g. market research,
    anthropometrics, ergonomes mockups, models)

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Be an anthropologist
  • a person who studies humanity, studying human
    beings from all times and all dimensions of
    humanity
  • put the human into the design

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Brainstorming
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Critique
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Technical knowledge
  • technical knowledge of
  • materials, joining, fitting,
  • assembly, finish, fasteners,
  • sustainability and
  • environmental considerations

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Nightline The Deep dive
  • Re-designing the shopping trolley
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vM66ZU2PCIcM

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2.35 Draft Assessment
Achieved exploring and refining design ideas that incorporate product design knowledge making design judgements on the positive and/or negative aspects of aesthetic and functional features of the design in response to a brief
Merit reviewing and refining design ideas that incorporate product design knowledge making design judgements on relevant features of the design, in response to the brief, that inform the progression of design ideas.
Excellence reviewing and refining well considered design ideas that incorporate product design knowledge progressing towards a outcome
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