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