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Week 1 slides for "Visual Instructional Design" with SaraJoy Pond. Topics include course overview, logistics, and critique training.

Week 1 slides for "Visual Instructional Design" with SaraJoy Pond. Topics include course overview, logistics, and critique training.

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  • 1.
    • Introductions
    Balance
    C.R.A.P. Design
    Type & Color
    Information Hierarchy
    Microsoft Word
    Adobe InDesign I
    Adobe InDesign II
    Adobe Photoshop
    Microsoft PowerPoint
    Quantitative Information
    Qualitative Information
    Abstractions
    Persuasion
    IPT 655 Visual Instructional Design
    INtroduction(s)
  • 2. “The studio approach is something separate and distinct. It is not a lecture, nor is it a laboratory.”
    Discussion
    • What’s so different about the studio approach?
    • 3. What do we stand to gain from it?
  • Introductions
    Name, origin, etc.
    What you’re hoping to get from the class
    What you’re most passionate about now
    Syllabus Overview and Questions
    Accretion Wall (2 copies of assignments)
    Course Objectives
    Island introduction
    How we’ll cover web design
    Logistics
  • 4. The Hands-Down-Absolutely-Positively Most-Important-Design-Skill-Ever…
    SQUINTING!
  • 5. Basic Format
    Designer presents
    Facilitator opens critique
    Class participates (thematically)
    Ground Rules
    Non-participation is not an option
    “Considerate Candor”
    Statements and Questions
    Positive and Negative
    “Compound Critique”
    Critique
  • 6. Critique Starters
    I love the way…
    You’ve got a really strong…in…
    I see…here.
    It looks like you were …
    This … makes me wonder…
    Tell me more about your decision to …
    Is this ...? Tell me about that choice.
    What other options did you explore for…
    It seems like … could be a stronger approach
    Did you try …. here?
  • 7. Exercise
  • 8.
    • Read Pace “The Elusive Balance”
    • 9. Read Ballard “Keeping Life’s Demands in Balance”
    • 10. Watch Benyers “Nature’s Designs” on TED.com
    • 11. Bring in at least 5 artifacts for the wall, preferably split between “Fame” and “Shame.” Focus on instructional artifacts (rather than say, ads)
    Assignment

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