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ID & Arch

 

Industrial Design

Unit 1 - intro

Unit 2 - lamp

 

Unit 3 - re-design

 

Unit 4 - furniture

Unit 5 - transportation

Unit 6 - solve problem

Unit 7 - adaptive

 

Architecture

Unit 8 - History

Unit 9 - Refugee

Unit 10 - Public Buildings and Landscapes

Unit 11 - Wrap up

  • best portfolio
  • study guide for exam

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Industrial Design & Architecture Syllabus

 

 

Essential Questions
(that we have to ask ourselves again and again):

  • How can design solve problems and improve products?
  • How can I incorporate Art into the Design Process?
  • What makes a design good or bad?
  • What are the important considerations in architectural design?
  • Technically, how do I create a and isometric drawing, an orthographic projection, and a CAD design?



Content (what are we going to learn?)

  • Technical Drawing
  • ProEngineer Wildfire
  • History of product design and architecture
  • Personal expression
  • Visual problem solving
  • How to participate in a critique



Outcomes (what will we be able to do?)

  • Consciously make choices that communicate ideas and solve problems in our models
  • Demonstrate proficiency in mechanical drawing and CAD software
  • Solve visual problems creatively
  • Reflect on design work of ones own and of others
  • Participate constructively in critiques



Assessments (what things will be graded?)

  • Photographs
  • Written Assignments
  • Digital Skills Assignments
  • Art History Project
  • Final Project
  • In-class projects
  • Critiques
  • Participation

 

Grading Criteria (what is our grade based on?)

  • Level of Self-Challenge
  • Content and communication of work
  • Rubric of each assignment
  • Effort and Attitude

 

Grading Breakdown:

50% - Projects

25% - Exercises

10% - Participation/critique

15% - Citizenship (conduct)

 

 

 

 
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