Pres Design Concepts (intro)

Pres Design Concepts (intro) - BCIS 5130: Foundations of...

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1 BCIS 5130: Foundations of Business Presentation Design Presentation Design Concepts Dr. Dan Peak University of North Texas D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT Foundational Design Concepts “… designers don’t know enough about business, and business people don’t know enough about design.” Corporate Design Foundation D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT Form and Function Cannot be separated in design (Rand, 1960) Coexist in virtually all everyday things (Norman, 1990) Interrelate imperfectly in IT-driven design: classical form, an indispensable part of standard design theory, is neither taught in CS or IT departments … (Peak & Gibson, 2002) D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT Classical (Aesthetic) Form Is taught in art, design, architecture, computer graphics, animation, music, literature Is applied in engineering, radio/TV, motion pictures, theater Is neglected in IT (Peak & Gibson, 2002) Aesthetics: the theory and study of beauty D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT Design Involves Both Form and Function Form Function (Peak & Gibson, 2002) . PURE ENGINEERING TÜà câÜx design D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT Design Involves Both Form and Function . Art Pure PURE ENGINEERING Jackson Pollack
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2 D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT Design Involves Both Form and Function (Peak & Gibson, 2002) . Environment The Business TRADITIONAL IS/IT Form Function D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT But, why???? D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT When IS First Began Computers were relatively weak Resources were limited and precious Users were few Interfaces were computer-centered D. Peak, ITDS Department, UNT What IT is Like Now
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Pres Design Concepts (intro) - BCIS 5130: Foundations of...

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