From idea to outcome

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a presentation to MA Textiles at NUCA

a presentation to MA Textiles at NUCA

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  • 1. from idea to outcome some things to think about.
  • 2. Ideas – where do they come from?
  • 3. Experience – experiencing things
    • Senses
    •  
    • Sight
    • Hearing
    • Taste
    • Smell
    • Touch
  • 4. Getting it out of your head
    • Verbalising
    • telling other people – telling yourself
  • 5. Getting it out of your head
    • Reflective notes - asking questions
    • why
    • what
    • how
    • when
    •  
  • 6. Getting it out of your head
    • Points that you found specially interesting in your reading, and would like to follow up in more detail – making connections
    • Questions that came up in your mind, because of points made in material you read – further research - following up questions
  • 7. Getting it out of your head
    • After a session it's a good idea to reinforce your learning by trying to remember the main things you learned. Think "What were the three main points that were new to me, in my actions today?“
    • Notes from other material you read as a result of the course - whether this was publications cited, or relevant material that you happened to read (such as newspaper articles).
  • 8. Getting it out of your head
    • record everything you read in this subject area, while you're doing the research, with a sentence or two on the main points an article was making and how useful you found it.
    • Your reflections on the course, and how well it is meeting your needs.
  • 9. Getting it out of your head
    • How your learning in formal taught sessions is related to what you're learning in other ways.
    • Thoughts that aren't yet fully formed, but that you want to refine later. This could include your feelings about the course and your progress in it, and theories that are developing in your mind.
  • 10. Getting it out of your head
    • Visualising -
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    • Diagram
    • Sketch
    • Model
  • 11. Diagram
  • 12. Diagram
  • 13. Diagram
  • 14. Diagram
  • 15. Sketch
  • 16. Sketch
  • 17. Sketch
  • 18. Sketch
  • 19. Sketch
  • 20. Modelling
  • 21. Modelling
  • 22. Modelling
  • 23. Deciding on what the idea should become
    • What do you want from the work?
    • What do you want an audience to do with the work?
    • Relate this back to -
    • your question
    • your intention
  • 24. Deciding on what the idea should become
    • testing
    •  
    • sampling
  • 25. Testing
    • Against what?
    • For what?
    • What are you trying to test?
    • What are you looking for?
    • What are you trying to find out?
  • 26. Sampling
  • 27. Sampling
  • 28. Sampling
    • AVA
    • Photoshop
    • Illustrator
    • choice
    • colourways
    • pattern
  • 29. Deciding on what the idea should become
    • Looking at what already exists
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    • Looking at the work of others
    • Reflecting on your initial intention
  • 30. Deciding on what the idea should become
    • stealing
    •  
    • evolving
    • developing
  • 31. Deciding on what the idea should become
    • What is it for ?
    • Where does it go?
    • Who is it for?
  • 32. Prototypes http://shimmeringshikha.instablogs.com/66/
  • 33. Prototypes http://www.xslabs.net/karma-chameleon/site/prototypes.php
  • 34. The final outcome
  • 35. Analyse and reflect
  • 36. Analyse and reflect
  • 37. Analyse and reflect
  • 38. Analyse and reflect
  • 39. Analyse and reflect
  • 40. Analyse and reflect