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58338 Representing Complexity



This subject extends on students' knowledge and understanding of how to engage with diverse communities and audiences through researching and communicating an innovative solution to a complex real-world problem in the form of a virtual exhibition. Students explore how software and technologies (as constellations of affordances) structure our experience and interactions and therefore our relationships with them and with each other. Critical analysis of case studies is used to explore processes, dynamics and interacting factors in digital production environments and demonstrate how creativity is deployed in response to complexity and underpins processes of innovation. Implementation of the virtual exhibition develops skills in requirements gathering, user experience design, project management, appropriate technology choice, and communicating with technical specialists.

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