University of Technology Sydney

87009 VC Project: Visualising Experience

12cp
Requisite(s): 87731 VC Design Studio: Narrative, Form and Time OR 87441 VC Project: Contexts of Visual Communication

Undergraduate

Description

This subject explores visual communication design in the context of complex informational and technological systems. Students design interactions within these systems that are a response to what they observe in the world through basic design research methods. Through these research methods, students identify and frame relationships among people, environments, and technology and use their findings to drive the production of novel design outcomes.

ln response to a brief, students will develop design concepts focused on interactive or responsive applications, objects or environments. lnitially, students are introduced to ways of developing, communicating, and presenting their ideas using visual techniques. This is combined with the delivery of introductions to digital technologies in order to develop students material understanding and their ability to produce prototypes.
Students are then guided through a process of selecting appropriate technical media and prototyping methods
to develop an interactive prototype through which they can test, iterate and refine their designs.

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus


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