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    • Design Fundamentals
    • DESIGN FUNDMENTALS• STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    • • What will we do in this class and why is it important?
    • DESIGN
    • Web Design
    • Web Design
    • Game Design
    • Graphic Design
    • Design in Illustration
    • Design in Illustration
    • Design in Fine Art
    • Design in Fine Art
    • Architectural Design
    • Architectural Design
    • Interior Design
    • Interior Design
    • Landscape Design
    • Display Design
    • Industrial Design
    • Product Design
    • Product Design
    • Fashion Design
    • Fashion Design
    • Make-Up Design
    • Make-Up Design
    • Costume Design
    • Costume Design
    • Textile Design
    • Accessory Design
    • Design in Body Art
    • Floral Design
    • Food Design
    • Food Design
    • Stage Design
    • Design inPhotography
    • OBJECTIVES
    • 1. Identify and define the PRINCIPLES andELEMENTS OF DESIGN.
    • ELEMENT• One of the fundamental or irreducible components making up a whole.
    • ELEMENTS
    • ELEMENTS OF DESIGN:• Line• Shape/Form• Space• Color• Texture• Value• Time/Motion
    • LINE
    • LINE
    • LINE
    • SHAPE/FORM
    • SHAPE/FORM
    • SHAPE/FORM
    • SHAPE/FORM
    • TEXTURE
    • TEXTURE
    • VALUE
    • VALUE
    • VALUE
    • COLOR
    • COLOR
    • COLOR
    • COLOR
    • COLOR
    • COLOR
    • COLOR
    • SPACE
    • SPACE
    • SPACE
    • SPACE
    • TIME/MOTION
    • TIME/MOTION
    • TIME/MOTION
    • PRINCIPLES
    • PRINCIPLES
    • PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN:• Balance• Contrast• Emphasis• Proportion• Unity• Rhythm
    • BALANCE
    • BALANCE
    • BALANCE
    • BALANCE
    • CONTRAST
    • DIRECTIONAL FORCE
    • EMPHASIS/subordination
    • EMPHASIS/subordination
    • SACLE/PROPORTION
    • SCALE/PROPORTION
    • SCALE/PROPORTION
    • UNITY
    • UNITY
    • RHYTHM
    • RHYTHM
    • OBJECTIVES
    • 1. Identify and define the PRINCIPLES andELEMENTS OF DESIGN.
    • 2. Identify examples the Principles and Elements ofDesign found in nature and the man-made world.
    • 3. Identify examples of Principles and Visual Elementsin works of art.
    • 4. Demonstrate sufficient technical skill to produce amulti-step value scale and a balanced multi-step colorwheel in paint.
    • 5. Produce a variety of compositional arrangements invarious mediums demonstrating principles of designsuch as unity, balance, rhythm, repetition, and variety.
    • 6. Demonstrate an ability to understand theconceptual requirements of each assigned projectand a willingness/ability to adhere to standardguidelines.
    • CONCEPT
    • CONCEPT
    • 7. Demonstrate sufficient technical skill to producefinished presentations in keeping with professionalindustry and gallery standards.
    • PROFESSIONALISM
    • 8. Demonstrate an ability to compose design elementswith a sufficient degree of originality and creativityrather than copying examples directly.
    • ORIGINALITY
    • C-P-O
    • C-P-O• CONCEPT
    • C-P-O• CONCEPT• PROFESSIONALISM
    • C-P-O• CONCEPT• PROFESSIONALISM• ORIGINALITY
    • 9. Perform aesthetic judgment during class critiques inorder to identify the uses of the Principles andElements in a work of art.
    • CLASS CRITIQUE