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Post by Marion.LM on Wed Dec 05, 2018 9:17 am


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Post by Marion.LM on Wed Dec 05, 2018 10:10 am

Hi !!

In this course, first, we are going to define what is design :
- showing you ‘How to make compositions’
Design thinking can structure your natural creativity to come up with solutions to all kinds of problems, it’s the “‘how to” guides and practical design activities.
To recap, designs are the things that design thinking produces.
If you see around you, all is designed ; it exists as a result of human thought about what is needed. Whatever the need, design is something that can help.

On the other hand , design, intentionally or unintentionally, changes our behaviour. For example, according to Lawrence Lessig noticed how designs regulating human behaviour in certain ways. Lessig describes four ways in which human behaviour is controlled and regulated :
The first is by the law. It is determined that it is illegal, If we break the law, we are penalised.
The second is by norms. In places where people do park they observe an unofficial code.
The third is by the market. If the market determines a price is not adpated....we can succed.
The final way is by architecture. It could impose a certain orientation, because the architecture 'tells' us to.

In fact, design is something that creates social or cultural value (like ease and effectiveness of use, economic value, aesthetic value, functionality, meaningfulness....). MOreover, the designer’s role is also to listen and help in producing a solution to the problem.

Design is not a simple thing !!!
Design is all around us.
Design satisfies need.
Design creates value.
Design changes behaviour.
Design involves people

Next week, next lesson ! (3 Composition in design)


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Post by Admin on Wed Dec 05, 2018 12:40 pm

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Post by Marion.LM on Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:29 pm

Admin wrote:ouch!

You don't like my subject Mister Admin ?

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Post by Admin on Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:41 pm

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Admin wrote:ouch!

You don't like my subject Mister Admin ?

I thought the Art subject was complex for me to understand but it was interesting. This one seems as complicated but so far not as interesting. I await developments. Laughing
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Post by Marion.LM on Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:58 pm

Admin wrote:
Marion.LM wrote:
Admin wrote:ouch!

You don't like my subject Mister Admin ?

I thought the Art subject was complex for me to understand but it was interesting. This one seems as complicated but so far not as interesting. I await developments. Laughing

Ok, it's complex for me too... but I am your new teacher Razz Razz Razz !! I can tell you one thing... I began "design" 7 years ago....and I don't have the answer about what it is exactely !!!! Because " the more I discover the art design the more I discover that I do not know it". I think, the complexity is that we have not an exact definition....for me, "design" can't be "imprison" in one definition....

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Post by Marion.LM on Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:35 pm

Hi !!!
Today it's lesson !!!

In this part of the course, you will learn about composition in design :
For example, a composition of a piece of musicit's its structure, organisation and rhythms......

In this part of lesson, we learn with an activity to understand the composition term. In this activity, each line of the picture is "traced. The objective is to organise the picture in parts (into a visual structure by placing them in a line), and this created a composition.

About proportion, there are many factors guiding a designer’s judgement of proportion. The most famously, is the ‘Golden Ratio’. It has been used as a guiding principle for establishing proportion. A simplified version of the Golden Ratio is expressed in the ‘rule of thirds’.

About Positive and negative space, the text speak about the artist M.C. Escher and give an example about the positive and negative space use.


I love Escher because Escher's artistic expression was created from images in his mind.

I'm sorry John, I know it's a little bit boring....I am suprised because for me composition or picture structure it's about art description,.....it's a part of design but not "Design Thinking".

For French person, "Design Thinking" (UX Design) is a king of metodogy (including people is the process of the creation of something) and not the manner to analyse art or design... Maybe in english it's different from French... I will see....

IN Next course !

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Post by Admin on Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:15 am

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