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Ipt655 Wk1 Introduction
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Ipt655 Wk1 Introduction

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

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