L.4. mood board research

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L.4. mood board research

  1. 1. Recap - ‘Give me five’ What makes a good questionnaire?
  2. 2. What do these images have in common?
  3. 3. Make a list in your books of all the ways in which you can carry out research……
  4. 4. Research Research is a critical component to completing a sound piece of fieldwork. Before you go on your trip to Brighton, it would be great if you had done some preliminary research into; • Where Brighton is, • How it has changed, • Why it has changed, • Who goes there, • What you might to expect to find when you visit.
  5. 5. Carrying out Research • Some useful tools: • Google Time slider • Google Street View: • https://www.google.com/maps/views/?hl=en- GB&gl=gb#!home
  6. 6. Your Brief • Brighton and Hove council require all their new tourist brochures to have a section of information on Brighton’s history. This is all part of ensuring that they retain Brighton’s historical culture whilst considering future rebranding. • In pairs you are going to research Brighton to produce a mood board and this information can eventually be published in this new magazine. • You can use the sub-heading below to support you: • Where is Brighton? • How has it changed? • Why has it changed? • Who goes there? • What you might to expect to find when you visit?
  7. 7. You could divide your mood board into past, present, future… Save your mood board in the shared area.
  8. 8. Design Vision • Thinking back and looking forward, turn to the person next to you and describe your vision for Brighton in the future.

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