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PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science
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PLTW EDD: Unit 1, Lesson 2 - Design, Craft, Visualization, Math, & Science

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  • How many types of designers ordesigns can you list?Some examples might include mechanical design, fashion designer, landscape design, graphic design, web design, etc.
  • Craft skills and patterns are passed down through generations.The builder may have little understanding or knowledge of why the design works. The design evolved over time to meet a need. This solution is effective as long as the problem does not change. If the problem changes, it will be difficult to adapt the solution without a solid understanding of the existing solution.Historical shelters like the yurt, log cabin, and igloo are good examples. Tools such as the hammer, saw, and anvil are other good examples.Yurts: Mongolian and Turkic tribes are thought to have been the first to live in yurts. Yurts are still built today, mostly for camping, but are gaining popularity as more permanent living structures.In a yurt, forces are transferred through tension and compression to create a stable structure.
  • Design by craft could also be considered trial and error.
  • Types of drawings include sketches, production drawings, presentation drawings, etc.Drawings should include the design development process in the engineering notebook and finalized drawings.Advantages and Disadvantages: (examples)This process allows people to become more specialized and concentrate on design strengths.Drawings can be manipulated much quicker, easier, and with less cost than physical examples.The flexibility of creating drawings allows designers to keep pace with technological advancement, to experiment more, and to be more creative.A design shows how a product looks, but not necessarily how it will function. CAD programs, however, are becoming better at closing that gap.The disconnect between the designer and the craftsperson may also mean that the designer might create something that cannot be built or that defies physical laws.
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    • 1. Design by Craft, Visualization, and Math / Science
    • 2. Table of contents • Design • Design by craft • Design by visualization • Design by math/science • Reflection
    • 3. Design • How would you describe the word “design”? • Did you describe it as a noun or verb; as something created or as a process? • How many types of designers or designs can you list?
    • 4. Design 1. To create or execute in an artistic or highly skilled manner 2. An iterative decision-making process that produces plans by which resources are converted into products or systems that meet human needs and wants or solve problems 3. A plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or working drawings of something before it is built or made ©iStockphoto.com
    • 5. Design by craft After many generations of evolution, the end product becomes a totally integrated response to the problem. Example – Yurts ©iStockphoto.com Stable Aerodynamic Traditional Yurt Images courtesy of Pacific Yurts, Inc. Cottage Grove, OR
    • 6. Design by craft After many generations of evolution, the end product becomes a totally integrated response to the problem. Example – Yurts Modern Yurts Images courtesy of Pacific Yurts, Inc. Cottage Grove, OR
    • 7. Design by visualization • If the designer is not serving as the builder, then the plans and ideas must be communicated • Often accomplished through drawings • What are some advantages and disadvantages of separating duties of the designer from those of the builder? iStockphoto.com
    • 8. Design by math/science • Craft-designed products generally are time- tested and evolve slowly • Design by drawing increases the speed of change and innovation of new designs • What are advantages of utilizing science and math principles as part of the design? • What are some science and math principles related to the images shown?
    • 9. Reflection Consider some of the designs you have completed in other courses – Were those designs craft-based? – Did you rely on drawings? To what extent? – Did you utilize science/math concepts? – Based on these questions, how might you have improved your design?
    • 10. Table of contents • Design • Design by craft • Design by visualization • Design by math/science • Reflection
    • 11. Image Resources Microsoft, Inc. (n.d.). Clip art. Retrieved November 1, 2009, from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/default.aspx iStockphoto. Retrieved November 1, 2009, from http://www.istockphoto.com/index.php Pacific Yurts Inc. (2009). What is a yurt? Retrieved November 1, 2009, from http://www.yurts.com/what/default.aspx Pacific Yurts Inc. (2009). Exploded view. Retrieved November 1, 2009, from http://www.yurts.com/what/view/default.aspx

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