INDES 267 Digital Design Presentation • 3 Cr.
Class title change starting Summer 2019
Design Presentation • 5 Cr.
Builds on skills covered in INDES 167. Students employ digital design tools in the organization and presentation of their design solutions. Introduces various strategies for effectively linking media and message, using fundamental graphic and identity design principles, and evaluation methods for producing design presentation packages and printed documents. Prerequisite: INDES 167 with a C- or better.
Description starting Summer 2019
Students build on basic design software skills, integrate visual media from multiple platforms, and employ graphic design strategies and production processes to effectively communicate a compelling interior design narrative. Emphasis on assembling a coherent project identity and convincing message using a variety of visual media. Prerequisites: INDES 220 and INDES 265 with a C- or better.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Apply graphic design fundamentals and strategies to produce a visual presentation that conveys a distinct project identity and effectively explains a design problem, intent, and solution.
- Discriminate between various presentation strategies, graphic software tools, technologies, and production processes, and choose the applications most appropriate to the narrative message and design context.
- Identify and produce professional quality presentation content, including text and image objects, data, research, and well-written narrative.
- Analyze the efficacy of various presentation methods through individual and group critique.