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This outstanding, creative scheme of work covers the full iterative design process where students designs a piece of contemporary lighting for Ikea, using recycled ocean plastics.
This scheme offers an excellent introduction into the design process, the value of design and designing for sustainability through project based learning. The project covers the entire iterative (non-linear) design process as well as relatable theory to offer a unique learning opportunity that applies to real-life situations.
This also includes differentiated activities, problem solving and extension activities.
♦ Introduction to design - What is design? How do we measure good design?
♦ Movement - How can something still appear to move?
♦ Sketching techniques - Are sketching and drawing the same thing?
♦ Product Analysis - How can you really understand a product?
♦ Plastic Theory - Is plastic fantastic?
♦ Ideation with SCAMPER - How do designers come up with ideas in the first place?
♦ Design Briefs - Who and what am I designing for?
♦ Isometric Drawing - How do I make something appear 3D?
♦ Perspective Drawing
♦ Card Prototyping - What is iterative design?
♦ Product Evaluation - Why evaluate?
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