Design Fundamentals Overview

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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