Prompt: You will be creating an object narrative about your original first person narrative. You will no longer be working with your client but back on your original narratives. Make sure that this object is something that would physically tell the story of that person. This will be a physical mock up of a piece…Read More
Prompt: You will now give all of your research to your classmate to produce 3 print pieces on your immigrant. You will all be a client and a designer (of another piece) at the same time. This will work simultaneously. All content will be generated by the designer and must be for print and viewable…Read More
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…Read More
Prompt: Begin to create a visual narrative for the web that is representational of the specific topic from your written narrative that addresses a specific audience. You should start with thumbnails first, before proceeding to computer comps. Be prepared to discuss/critique your web narrative in class on February 7th. Post pdfs of sketches/thumbnails to your…Read More
Prompt: Download and read the essay Hispanic Culture in Design Research: More than Language written by Carlos Santos. Create a blog entry titled Process Week #1 and briefly describe new insights you have gained. This reading counts towards your weekly process grade. Be prepared to discuss some aspects of your research on Wednesday January 26th.…Read More
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.