Digital Design (TRUR1220)
Design processes explored with traditional 2D methods and introduction of digital applications during development and production stages of design craft. Establishing awareness, understanding and production of three-dimensional forms using a range of digital skills utilising physical materials. Creative workshop assignments, to encourage exploration and questioning of design solutions to develop digital and 3D skills.
Introduces a range of making and construction techniques using diverse ceramic, metal and textile materials and forms in response to briefs. Explore, experiment and learn how to resolve design ideas to individual intentions. Investigation of function and form by practical two and three-dimensional making processes that are clearly linked to art, craft and design, cultural methodologies, historic and contemporary practice.
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