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Design Fundamentals Overview

  1. 1. Design Fundamentals
  2. 2. DESIGN FUNDMENTALS• STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  3. 3. • What will we do in this class and why is it important?
  4. 4. DESIGN
  5. 5. Web Design
  6. 6. Web Design
  7. 7. Game Design
  8. 8. Graphic Design
  9. 9. Design in Illustration
  10. 10. Design in Illustration
  11. 11. Design in Fine Art
  12. 12. Design in Fine Art
  13. 13. Architectural Design
  14. 14. Architectural Design
  15. 15. Interior Design
  16. 16. Interior Design
  17. 17. Landscape Design
  18. 18. Display Design
  19. 19. Industrial Design
  20. 20. Product Design
  21. 21. Product Design
  22. 22. Fashion Design
  23. 23. Fashion Design
  24. 24. Make-Up Design
  25. 25. Make-Up Design
  26. 26. Costume Design
  27. 27. Costume Design
  28. 28. Textile Design
  29. 29. Accessory Design
  30. 30. Design in Body Art
  31. 31. Floral Design
  32. 32. Food Design
  33. 33. Food Design
  34. 34. Stage Design
  35. 35. Design inPhotography
  36. 36. OBJECTIVES
  37. 37. 1. Identify and define the PRINCIPLES andELEMENTS OF DESIGN.
  38. 38. ELEMENT• One of the fundamental or irreducible components making up a whole.
  39. 39. ELEMENTS
  40. 40. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN:• Line• Shape/Form• Space• Color• Texture• Value• Time/Motion
  41. 41. LINE
  42. 42. LINE
  43. 43. LINE
  44. 44. SHAPE/FORM
  45. 45. SHAPE/FORM
  46. 46. SHAPE/FORM
  47. 47. SHAPE/FORM
  48. 48. TEXTURE
  49. 49. TEXTURE
  50. 50. VALUE
  51. 51. VALUE
  52. 52. VALUE
  53. 53. COLOR
  54. 54. COLOR
  55. 55. COLOR
  56. 56. COLOR
  57. 57. COLOR
  58. 58. COLOR
  59. 59. COLOR
  60. 60. SPACE
  61. 61. SPACE
  62. 62. SPACE
  63. 63. SPACE
  64. 64. TIME/MOTION
  65. 65. TIME/MOTION
  66. 66. TIME/MOTION
  67. 67. PRINCIPLES
  68. 68. PRINCIPLES
  69. 69. PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN:• Balance• Contrast• Emphasis• Proportion• Unity• Rhythm
  70. 70. BALANCE
  71. 71. BALANCE
  72. 72. BALANCE
  73. 73. BALANCE
  74. 74. CONTRAST
  75. 75. DIRECTIONAL FORCE
  76. 76. EMPHASIS/subordination
  77. 77. EMPHASIS/subordination
  78. 78. SACLE/PROPORTION
  79. 79. SCALE/PROPORTION
  80. 80. SCALE/PROPORTION
  81. 81. UNITY
  82. 82. UNITY
  83. 83. RHYTHM
  84. 84. RHYTHM
  85. 85. OBJECTIVES
  86. 86. 1. Identify and define the PRINCIPLES andELEMENTS OF DESIGN.
  87. 87. 2. Identify examples the Principles and Elements ofDesign found in nature and the man-made world.
  88. 88. 3. Identify examples of Principles and Visual Elementsin works of art.
  89. 89. 4. Demonstrate sufficient technical skill to produce amulti-step value scale and a balanced multi-step colorwheel in paint.
  90. 90. 5. Produce a variety of compositional arrangements invarious mediums demonstrating principles of designsuch as unity, balance, rhythm, repetition, and variety.
  91. 91. 6. Demonstrate an ability to understand theconceptual requirements of each assigned projectand a willingness/ability to adhere to standardguidelines.
  92. 92. CONCEPT
  93. 93. CONCEPT
  94. 94. 7. Demonstrate sufficient technical skill to producefinished presentations in keeping with professionalindustry and gallery standards.
  95. 95. PROFESSIONALISM
  96. 96. 8. Demonstrate an ability to compose design elementswith a sufficient degree of originality and creativityrather than copying examples directly.
  97. 97. ORIGINALITY
  98. 98. C-P-O
  99. 99. C-P-O• CONCEPT
  100. 100. C-P-O• CONCEPT• PROFESSIONALISM
  101. 101. C-P-O• CONCEPT• PROFESSIONALISM• ORIGINALITY
  102. 102. 9. Perform aesthetic judgment during class critiques inorder to identify the uses of the Principles andElements in a work of art.
  103. 103. CLASS CRITIQUE

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