N+R: Surveys

Prompt: Today you will first need to read the following short article Using Research to Support Basic Meaning: The Semantic Differential by Paul Nini, from the book A Designer’s Research Manual: Succeed in Design by Knowing Your Clients and What They Really Need By Jenn + Ken Visocky-O’Grady. After you read the article, we will…

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Course Description Students will study the process of visual story telling with mediums such as web, print, object, time and space. Through the practice of fiction and non-fiction story telling, students will author their own narratives paying attention to character, point of view and audience. To gain better understanding of their characters and audiences, students will conduct research including formative and anthropological. To gauge effectiveness of final visual narratives students will conduct surveys within specific audiences. Professors: Alyson Beaton & Gary Rozanc Written & Taught by Alyson & Gary, all outcomes are based on one course taught.