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  1. Week 1 – Finding your voice as a designer | SolidWorks interface and sketching 3 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

  2. Week 2 – Image and Photography | Sketching, constraints and basic solids features 9 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. How to see the world

      Chapter Essential reading Read Chapter 1, pp. 29-69 How to see yourself.

    3. Design writing research: writing on graphic design

      Chapter Essential reading Read pp. 121-134 Pictures for rent: from stereoscope to stereotype.

    4. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    5. RECOMMENDED READING

    6. Tangible: High touch visuals - Robert Klanten, S. Ehmann, M. Hèubner 2009

      Book Recommended reading

    7. Graphic design school: the principles and practice of graphic design

      Chapter Recommended reading Read Chapter 5, pp. 102-123 Tools and technologies.

    8. Post-Photography: The Artist with a Camera - Robert Shore 2014

      Book Essential reading

  3. Week 3 – Art Direction and Moving Image | 3D modelling tools 9 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. High touch: tactile design and visual explorations - Robert Klanten, Anna Sinofzik 2012

      Book Essential reading

    3. Tangible: High touch visuals - Robert Klanten, S. Ehmann, M. Hèubner 2009

      Book Essential reading

    4. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    5. RECOMMENDED READING

    6. The education [of] an art director 2006

      Book Recommended reading

    7. Art direction explained, at last! - Steven Heller, Vâeronique Vienne 2009

      Book Recommended reading

    8. Inside art direction: interviews and case studies - Steven Brower 2016

      Book Recommended reading

  4. Week 4 – Layouts (web and print)/Experimental Publishing/Format | Multibody solids 7 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Layout - Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris c2011

      Book Essential reading

    3. Format - Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris 2012

      Book Essential reading

    4. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    5. RECOMMENDED READING

    6. The layout book - Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris 2015

      Book Recommended reading

  5. Week 5 – GF Smith Visit, Curating a Portfolio | Basic Assembly 9 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Graphic design: a user's manual

      Chapter Essential reading Read pp.243-246

    3. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    4. RECOMMENDED READING

    5. Production for print - Mark Gatter, Mark Gatter 2010

      Book Recommended reading

    6. Format - Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris 2012

      Book Recommended reading

    7. Graphic: inside the sketchbooks of the world's great graphic designers - Steven Heller, Lita Talarico 2010

      Book Essential reading

  6. Week 6 – Developing a web presence | Advanced assembly, motion and animation 5 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    3. RECOMMENDED READING

    4. Graphic: inside the sketchbooks of the world's great graphic designers - Steven Heller, Lita Talarico 2010

      Book Recommended reading

  7. Week 7 – Industry Week, No Class 1 item
    1. NO READINGS

  8. Week 8 – Design and Film/Storyboarding | 3D printing and Photorealistic Rendering 7 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Design is storytelling - Ellen Lupton 2017

      Book Essential reading Read pp.26-49

    3. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    4. RECOMMENDED READING:

    5. Looking closer 4: critical writings on graphic design 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended reading Read pp.221-223 "Movie Titles: Much Ado about Little"

    6. Design is storytelling - Ellen Lupton 2017

      Book Essential reading

  9. Week 9 – Assignment 1 Due Date | SolidWorks: 3D printing and Photorealistic Rendering 4 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

    3. RECOMMENDED READING

      • None

  10. Week 10 – Parametric Modelling and configurations 3 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book 

  11. Week 11 – Surface modelling 3 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING

    2. Modern graphics communication - Frederick E. Giesecke c2010

      Book Essential reading

  12. Week 12 1 item
    1. NO CLASS, NO READINGS

  13. Term 2 59 items
    1. Week 17 – Branding 12 items
      1. ESSENTIAL READING

      2. Brand thinking and other noble pursuits - Debbie Millman, ProQuest (Firm) c2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading

      3. The brand handbook

        Chapter Essential reading Read pp.44-52. Brand Architecture

      4. The brand handbook - Wally Olins 2008

        Book Essential reading read pp 66-99

      5. RECOMMENDED READINGS

      6. Corporate identity: making business strategy visible through design

        Chapter Recommended reading Read Chapter 6, pp. 146-163 Creating an identity programme – the first stage.

      7. Brand failures: the truth about the 100 biggest branding mistakes of all time - Matt Haig, ProQuest (Firm) 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading

      8. Design is storytelling - Ellen Lupton 2017

        Book Recommended reading

      9. Brand Bible: the complete guide to building, designing, and sustaining brands - Debbie Millman, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading

    2. Week 18 – Wayfinding 1 item
      with special industry guest George Sidaoui
      1. No readings

    3. Week 19 – Packaging Design and Giving Presentations 8 items
      1. ESSENTIAL READINGS

      2. Tony Fadell: The first secret of design is ... noticing | TED Talk - Tony Fadell March 2015

        Audio-visual document Essential reading

      3. Dieline

        Website Essential reading

      4. RECOMMENDED READINGS

      5. This way up: original approaches to packaging design - Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris, Mono (Firm) 2003

        Book Recommended reading

    4. Week 20 – Interaction Design (UX & UI) and Service Design 15 items
      1. ESSENTIAL READINGS

      2. How We Hold Our Gadgets - Josh Clark 5 November 2015

        Article Essential reading

      3. Designing for service: key issues and new directions 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read A Short Introduction to Service Design: pp.1-3

      4. Design as an attitude - Alice Rawsthorn 2018

        Book Essential reading Read Chapter 5 pp.58-65

      5. Renny Gleeson: 404, the story of a page not found | TED Talk - Renny Gleeson 2012

        Audio-visual document Essential reading

      6. RECOMMENDED READING

      7. The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Ed. | Interaction Design Foundation - Armin Zahirovic, Jonas Lowgren, John Carroll, Marc Hassenzahl

        Book Recommended reading

      8. Service design: from insight to implementation - Andrew Polaine, Lavrans L²vlie, Ben Reason, John Thackara 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading Read Insurance is a service, not a product pp.3-16

      9. Mismatch: how inclusion shapes design - Kat Holmes 2018

        Book Recommended reading

      10. Designing interactions - Bill Moggridge 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading

      11. This is Service Design Thinking. Basics - Tools - Cases - Marc Stickdorn 2014

        Book Recommended reading

      12. This is service design thinking: basics, tools, cases - Marc Stickdorn, Jakob Schneider 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended reading

    5. Week 21 – User Journey Presentations 1 item
      1. No readings

    6. Week 22 – Branding Part II 5 items
      1. ESSENTIAL READING

        Further Readings TBD

      2. How to use graphic design to sell things, explain things, make things look better, make people laugh, make people cry, and (every once in a while) change the world - Michael Bierut 2015

        Book Essential reading Read How to create identity without a logo (pp. 44-49); How to avoid the obvious (pp.100-111); How to make a mark (pp.178-189)

      3. RECOMMENDED READING

        Further Readings TBD

      4. Design is storytelling - Ellen Lupton 2017

        Book Recommended reading

    7. Week 23 – Design's role in unsustainability 7 items
      1. ESSENTIAL READING

      2. Design futuring: sustainability, ethics and new practice

        Chapter Essential reading Read Introduction pp1-16

      3. Design futuring: sustainability, ethics and new practice

        Chapter Essential reading read chapter 1 pp19-28 understanding the nature of practice

      4. Designs for the pluriverse: radical interdependence, autonomy, and the making of worlds - Arturo Escobar 2018 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read pp.25-48

      5. Responsible object : a history of design ideology for the future 2016

        Book Essential reading Read Design for Consumer Society Planned Obsolescence, Styling, and Irresponsible Objects pp.107-123

      6. RECOMMENDED READINGS

      7. Design as an attitude - Alice Rawsthorn 2018

        Book Recommended reading Read Chapter 11 (pp.120-129)

    8. Week 24 – Who writes canon? 6 items
      1. Responsible object : a history of design ideology for the future 2016

        Book Essential reading Read "Design History Interrupted A Queer-Feminist Perspective" pp.187-207

      2. RECOMMENDED READINGS

      3. Gendered object - Pat Kirkham 1996

        Book Recommended reading

      4. Design as an attitude - Alice Rawsthorn 2018

        Book Recommended reading Read Chapter 6 (pp.66-75) and Chapter 7 (pp.76-85)

    9. Week 25 – Assignment 2 is due 1 item
      1. No readings, no class

    10. Week 26 – TBD 1 item
      1. TBD

    11. Week 27 – TBD 1 item
      1. TBD

    12. Week 28 – No class 1 item
      1. No class

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