Visual Design is a Board Endorsed non ATAR, 1 unit and 2 unit course.Visual Design Stage 6 is designed to enable students to gain an increasingaccomplishment and independence in their representation of ideas in differentfields of design and to understand and value how graphic, wearable, product,and interior/exterior design invite different interpretations and explanations.Visual Design plays a significant role in our world as mostly everything aroundus has been designed by a design artist. Examples: car, clothes and fashion,jewellery and accessories, bags, magazine layouts, cartoons, and furniture.The Visual Design course provides a basic introduction to visual design whichalso allows students to enhance their study of the Higher School Certificatecourses in Visual Arts and Design and Technology.
Course StructureThe Visual Design course structure is divided into modules. Topic areas will be taughtfrom the modules and based on the students’ interest.These modules include:Graphic Design Interior/Exterior DesignPublications and Information Structures and EnvironmentsIllustration and Cartooning Stage Sets and PropsInteractive and Multimedia InteriorsWearable Design GeneralClothing and Image Individual/Collaborative Design ProjectJewellery and AccessoriesTextiles Mandatory Occupational Health and SafetyProduct DesignPackagingFurnitureIndustrial
Assessment of Content Endorsed Courses Stage 6There is no external examination of students in Content EndorsedCourses Stage 6. Component Weighting (%) Designing and Making 70 Critical and Historical Studies 30