Transcript: Take a problem and find a solution Design is... Attracts users Good Design Creativeness that translates an idea into a blueprint for something useful. ex)Graphic designer and video games All around us Clothing Buildings Roads Technology Examples of Design Why is Design Needed? Fulfilling needs of users Doesn't attract consumers What is Design? Doesn't benefit consumers Confusing and repulsive Begins with the needs of the user Helps us Makes our lives easier About Design Bad Design ex) Elevators and escalators Doesn't have to be new or impressive to be successful
Transcript: You know what design is? Tell me why you design You know how to design? Guess what what is the new paradigm? what can you do? Consumer Trend Meta Trend Consumer Trend Consumer Trend Meta Trend Social Cultural Trend Social Cultural Trend Technology Trend is the next Generation of Design? Mega Trend Consumer Trend Mega Trend Mega Trend Social Cultural Trend Mega Trend
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Transcript: ¿Qué es el diseño Quelle est la conception Was ist Design Wat is het ontwerp Have you ever asked yourself this question? What was your answer? While the question itself may appear simple at first, the answer seems a bit more difficult to nail down. That purpose does not need to be particularly profound. More often than not, design is actually a matter of the banal and the everyday. Look around you. WHAT IS DESIGN Any design – good or bad – needs to have a purpose. There needs to be an underlying reason that surrounds its initial creation and that ultimately justifies its continued existence.
Transcript: Who & When What More convenient More safety Why What Is Design ? Beautiful Commercil Practicality There is no standard answer... DaT Work #1 By 4D Kris Tang Materials Where Public Places eg, MTR Footbridge Product Design Wheelchair stairlifts Handicapped 24 Hrs What is Wheelchair stairlifts ??
Transcript: Pain staking hours behind the PC Mind Blowing Designs and Concepts Ideas Out of the box thinking Sketching, Coffee and some Hair pulling Time Consuming Conquering the Unknown. What is Design Creative Blocks Concept not working!
Transcript: What is PowerPoint? is a commercial presentation program developed by Microsoft. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite, and runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple's Mac OS X operating system. PowerPoint uses a graphical approach to presentations in the form of slide shows that accompany the oral delivery of the topic. This program is widely used in business and classrooms and is an effective tool when used for training purposes. History of PowerPoint Original version was created by Dennis Austin and Thomas Rudkin of Forethought, Inc. Designed for Macintosh computer 1987 it was renamed from "presenter" to "PowerPoint" In August of the same year, Forethought was bought by Microsoft and became Microsoft's Graphics Business Unit PowerPoint 97 incorporated the Visual Basic for (VBA) language, which allowed users to invoke pre-defined transitions and effects in a non-linear movie-like style without having to learn programming PowerPoint 2000 (and the rest of the Office 2000 suite) introduced a clipboard that could hold multiple objects at once Tips in PowerPoint 1. Compose Slides 2. Use Consistency 3. Use Contrast 4. Apply Brilliance 5. Keep It Straight and Simple. 6. Take Home Message 7. Add Images 8. Don’t Be Silly 9. Keep Your Audience In Mind 10. Practice Importance of PowerPoint Learning Solutions Marketing Strategy Corporate Training Sessions How to use PowerPoint? Guidelines for an Effective Pesentation Less Text Uniform Colors and Fonts More Graphics Point & Focus Professional Look Practice before Delivering Take Care of Your Time (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr owerPoint
Transcript: What is Design? ‘Christopher Alexander (1964), has presented one of the most concise and lucid discussions of this shift of the designers role. Alexander argues that the unselfconscious craft-based approach to design must inevitably give way to the self conscious professionalised process when a society is subjected to a sudden and rapid change which is culturally irreversible’ Lawson (1997) - Explaining Design. - Role of the Designer - Origins of Design - Design Thinking Explaining Design.... Bryan Lawson. How Designers Think? Kenya Hara. Designing Design. Theorists Researched.. How will I be explaining this? -Historical - Present Day -Dramatic Shift in Role.... Why?? Origins Of Design Theorists Reseached: - Bryan Lawson. How Designers Think? - John Heskett. A Very Shory Introduction to Design. - Christopher Alexander. 'A Pattern Language' Defined: ‘The human capacity to shape or make our in ways without precedent in nature, to serve our needs and give meaning to our lives’ (Heskett 2003) Role of the Designer 'Design began the very moment we started using tools' Kenya Hara (2007)
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