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Final Review Part 1

Final Review Part 1 - Design 001 Fall 2009 Midterm...

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1 Design 001 Fall 2009 - Midterm Review (made by a student; includes many terms from Lauer's Design Basics ) Not fully reviewed by Dr. Housefield Names o Kostas Terzidis – Etymology of Design, o signare (Latin) – to mark or to sign, o schedon (Greek) – nearly, almost, approximately. Once had but have no longer, look into past. o Jeunet – Director of Amelie o Charles & Ray Eames – Design Q & A , working with constraints, design is made of history & people, nature is the ultimate designer o McCloud – Understanding Comics , connects with gestalt, making sense of the world: perception, thought & action. Visual literacy, Design Process: Idea / Purpose Form Idiom (type of communication – process more important that product) Structure Craft (quality) Surface (skin, appearance) o Magritte – The Treason of Images , 1928-29, word & image juxtaposed o Ferdinand de Saussure – Semiotics (study of signs), signifier (mental concept) & signified (material aspect) relationship of concept & image, they are inseparable but closely tied together. o C.S. Peirce – Semiotics, making meaning of marks: Icon – pictorial, readily understood (picture of an eye) Index – direct physical relationship (fingerprint) Symbol – Distanced from original object (a cross) o Cy Twombly – Mark making, uses signs & letters, no pattern o Lynd Ward – Illustrator, woodcut artist, Frankenstein , “storyteller without the use of words” - see McCloud o Will Eisner – comic book artist, his books coined the term "sequential art" o Development of language and visual communication historically mixed o Pictogram (Dog) + Ideogram ( No sign) together = No dog sign o Andy Goldsworthy – finds inspiration outside of himself: works with nature, makes ephemeral art o Jackson Pollock – painter, composition artist , it is what it is o Lisa Hoke – paper cups - array of colors in an installation. Hoke rhymes with Coke (cups!!) o Tara Donovan – plastic cup cloud, huge cube made of toothpicks o IDEO – Bay Area design group which uses design thinking Field research Understanding Problem Idea Prototype (1 st test or model) Feedback Repeat o Tom Friedman - makes self portraits & art with everyday materials: aspirin, laundry detergent, toothpaste & construction-paper crime scene o Karl Aspelund – The Design Process 1. Inspiration 2. Identification 3. Conceptualization 4. Exploration & Refinement 5. Definition & Modeling 6. Communication 7. Production
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2 o Goethe – In 1787 painting Portrait of Goethe by Tischbein; quote: “Feeling is All”, Romanticism, aesthetics & writing & Gestalt, subjective nature of perception [Snuggie!] o Rodin – The Thinker , parts speak for the whole o Yazoo (Yaz) – Music group, gestalt Dalmatian album cover designed by the band o Christine Gambito – Happy Slip , example of social media o Jastrow – Psychologist & friend of Peirce, 1899, duck vs. rabbit, gestalt o Wittgenstein – philosophical explorations of language, duck vs. rabbit, gestalt o
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