University of Technology Sydney

84112 Industrial Design Communications

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The development of a visual language for the communication of design ideas and solutions to others is integral to the design process. The subject introduces students to a number of techniques and conventions that reflect the changing nature of communication in design. The ability to quickly hand sketch allows the designer to investigate, develop and reflect on their ideas in a concrete way. The understanding of the conventional language of two-dimensional engineering drawing provides the essential information for products to be produced by others. The digital environment forms the third stream of this subject where the communication of shape and form are further developed.

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Autumn session, City campus

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