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Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
Visual thinking and design
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  • 1.
    • VISUAL LEARNERS = approximately 65%
    We have five senses
  • 2. (Chinese proverb)
  • 3. Memories
    • It would take days to explain what these photos remind me of...
  • 4.
    • visual adj: relating to or using sight.
    • thinking adj: given to cogitation.
    • =
    • Ideas and concepts displayed using optical design forms
  • 5.
    • I SEE
    • I THINK
    • I WONDER
    Sharing thoughts is the key to inspiring others
  • 6. Integrated HOTS Thinking Model
  • 7.
    • Communicate with any one, any age, any language.
    Visual Cues
  • 8. In the classroom ASK Then me! 3 STOP THINK DO
  • 9.
    • Design is communication of concepts and ideas. Good design simultaneously challenges and fulfills expectations.
    Notes on Visual and Interaction Design http://www.valcasey.com/webdesign/
  • 10.  
  • 11. Effective Design POINT LINE FORM, SHAPE & SPACE MOVEMENT COLOUR PATTERN TEXTURE
  • 12.
    • “ Creating a clear and compelling vision is not a simple matter.”
    Gordon Quick
  • 13. Just to name a few… http://www.thethinkingblog.com/2007/11/pictures-worth-thousand-words-post-13.html
  • 14. Relating back to IT
  • 15. References
    • Aoyama, E. (2003). A picture is worth a thousand words, electronically drawn diagram, accessed 6/8/08 at URL: http://humanities.byu.edu/ELC/student/idioms/proverbs/a_pic_thousand_words.html
    • The Hiser Group, Digital environment aspects, accessed 1/8/08 at URL: http://www.hiser.com.au/getting_started/visual_design_-__introduction.html
    • HOTS model of thinking, accessed 6/8/08 at URL: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~design/ART/NAB/hots.html
    • Squares graphic (2008), access 3/8/08 at URL: http://www.3rdidesigns.com/images/squares.jpg
    • Riklan, D. (2004). Part 3: Self Improvement 101: The 62 Essential Truths about Improving Your Life, accessed 4/8/08 at http://www.selfgrowth.com/gwlesson3.html
    • The thinking blog, Pictures worth a thousand words, accessed 1/8/08 at URL: http://www.thethinkingblog.com/2007/11/pictures-worth-thousand-words-post-13.html
    • Valcasey. (2004). Notes on visual and interaction design, accessed 1/8/08 at URL: http://www.valcasey.com/webdesign/

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