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DES 001 Professor Housefield Lecture 06 11 October 2016 1
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Legal Stuff Contents and organization of these lectures and podcasts included copyrighted material by James Housefield and others, presented here for educational purposes under the Fair Use clauses of U.S. copyright law. They may be freely circulated but may not be posted to the web or copied for sale without the permission of James Housefield. 2
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Reflecting on Today When you review these lecture notes, consider the many ways that Professor Housefield works to integrate content and form in his lectures. Today’s lecture emphasized looking at designs and analyzing them, something you will need to do as a designer. For example, we used analytical looking to understand how content and form work together and propel a narrative. 3
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music video “Man on Fire” 4
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Look & plan, first Sketch after the music begins 5
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Begin by "blocking out" composition Geometric forms (Underlying geometry or structure of a composition) 6
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announcements 8
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Thursdays @ noon Pitzer Auditorium free concerts! 9
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Open Office Hrs Pitzer lobby TH 13 October after class (move to Arboretum) 10
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Office Hrs Cruess 225 by appt.
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