INDES 267 Design Presentation • 5 Cr.
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.