Research, Analysis & Process
Thursday 09:00AM - 01:20PM
Steuben Hall, Room 410
This course introduces students to the research methodologies and processes that form the foundation of successful communications design. It demonstrates how communication design is shaped by the problem solving phases of learning, identifying, generating and implementation and how these methodologies can be applied to the understanding of audiences, organizing content, developing strategies, and defining purposes.
Lectures / Workshops
Students will research and learn a new skill. They will present their process and/or outcome in class in printed or digital form. Students may use any materials they wish to document their learning process. Photography, drawing, video and print are all acceptable. They must submit all your sketches and notes for review.
Students will choose a topic according to their interest (concentration) and develop a research project. Student may choose topic like, color, time, character, story-telling, typography, identity, and so on. Through this project, student will develop their own interest, ideate and create (execute). Students may work in a small group.
Assignments & Requirements
Select a creative person (illustrator, designer, filmmaker and so on) or group of people (design studio, movement, and so on) you're aspire to, throughly research his/her/their creative process and present it as a visual diagram. You may create your own work according to the process. Students will work in a small group.