What is design terminology and its application in contemporary workspaces? Alongside the traditional designer toolbox of drawing, modelling, presenting, evaluating, writing and talking about design concepts, students will explore the impact of emerging communication technologies including social media, apps and augmented reality upon design thinking and expression. This unit includes investigation, conceptualisation and appreciation of how designers work within teams to communicate these ideas.
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Dr Donald Thomson
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Two hour tutorial and five hours of collaborative workshops per week.
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