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hello – and welcome


nan o sullivan


masters of architecture

Do we really share one universal visual language in a multi-disciplinary design environment? “Do we really share one universal visual language in a multi-disciplinary design environment? “


bachelor of design innovation


dsdn;101 rapid visualisation


Visual language

manufacturing

plan

surface/texture

elevation

light/shadow

section

typography

perspective

structure

axonometric

comparison

edge-condition

proportion

technical drawing

construction

colour theory

composition

photography

legibility

density

principles +

diagrams

projection

strategies +

components concepts + aesthetics

geometry fluid form

the sketch

transformation

concepts ++ concepts ideas +


tutors


stream leader

jordan wisneiwski


stream leader

alex keegan


paul stevenson


alex raemakers


kevin chote


kath foster


lisa scott


back to you...... *

dsdn;101 rapid visualisation


communication "...as designers we need to be accustomed to living and working online. Professor Simon Fraser Head of School Design


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cool or what ?


workshop next week • you can sign up for workshop orientation • please make sure you do this as it will help you greatly with your craft (skill) • time table for this is down on the workshop level below us


studio

be punctual be respectful use the time wisely use your tutors be aware of student wo work


he innocent eye "...students must attain an innocence of eye, John Ruskin 1883 Elements of Drawing


...students must attain an innocence of eye, a sort of childish perception of these flat stains of colour, without consciousness of what they may signify� . John Ruskin 1883 Elements of Drawing


Quick thinking and clear communication

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dsdn;101 rapid visualisation


lectures see and hear not work


ecture notes


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important

information


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firstyeardesign.com

main site ‘HOME’ everything listed below pulled in

photo/image sharing site // all students to have accounts // all courses have ‘groups’ to allow access to new work // managed with ‘creative commons’

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individual mini-blog sites // used by staff and students to easily post; images, text, docs

publishing site utilised to publish course materials including lectures and course documents

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services that allow sharing of ‘real-time’ information including commenting (students + staff)


+ firstyeardesign.com RSS or Really Simple Syndication is a way for students and staff to keep track of course notifications/changes, as well as other class members real project development. It also allows for students to follow international design developments via multiple design websites and blogs. Any time you see the logo above, you can link-in


*www.dsdn101@ blogspot.com www.dsdn101.blogspot.com

dsdn101@blogspot.com


Keep up with the play! .lectures .news .course outline .briefs .submitted work www.dsdn101.blogspot.com


opy/transform roject one


everyday object about you


identity


ru heeseung

richard clarkson


HANS KIM

draw


ru heeseung


hatch

saeam choi


sam griffin

sam pocock


section


micah sargisson


zoe saville-wood


sketch


BEN MCFETERIDGE

touch and draw one

part


ypography The art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs.


student work student work


ASHLEIGH W


BEN HARTLEY


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HANNAH WARREN


he clip roject two


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storyboard


some cool stuff

http://vimeo.com/11030269 http://www.vimeo.com/11308918 http://www.vimeo.com/11308395 http://www.vimeo.com/9511126 http://www.vimeo.com/11308148


he real roject three


The word


he poster


my job

come find me

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Wigan Room 202 Office hours Tues 2.00 – 4.00pm - Fri 2.30 – 4.00pm Preferably make an appointment if you feel we may need some privacy but feel free to drop in and discuss your work .

nan.osullivan@vuw.ac.nz


your job

..learn...learn work

and do your w


Remember this is a communication paper .......... So communicate to ...me your tutors

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eachother ................................


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dsdn101. project one.2011 copy. transform.

• STUDIO THREE: MONDAY 7 MARCH • • •

EXERCISE 1: IDENTITY Remove any five items from your bag/pockets/wallet and compose them on the A4 grid provided. Consider the relationship and dialogue created between the objects depending on where they are placed and their orientation. Do you respond to the grid and become informed and controlled by it, or do you ignore or oppose it? Do you employ a basic organising strategy as well as the grid [e.g. balance, symmetry, hierarchy, and asymmetry.] Experiment with several versions before you decide on a final layout. Once you have a finalised a composition on the A4 grid, draw an accurate top view of the composition in black ink. Focus on positive and negative only using line and solid black ‘fill’ for the drawing.

lecture 1 dsdn 101  

lecture 1, 2011, dsdn, 101

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