81540 Technology, Methods and Creative Practice8cp; block (6 days over 3wks); availability: all enrolled UTS undergraduate students
Requisite(s): 81539 Impossibilities to Possibilities
Anti-requisite(s): 81512 Creative Practice and Methods AND 81538 Frame Innovation AND 94672 Creative Methods and Entrepreneurial Initiatives
This subject is offered every two years.
This subject focuses on understanding how technology, methods and creative practice can provoke innovation. Participants' ideas for designing an innovative solution in the context of undertaking a central project for a client are rethought. Faced with a client's complex challenge, participants create propositions in a collaborative multidisciplinary environment, shape processes of discovery and exploration, generate solutions, develop visual literacy, and create frameworks for critiquing and judging proposals. The subject builds on values such as risk-taking and inquisitiveness, promoting participants' potential for research, analysis and creative practice.
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