DESIGN METHODOLOGY

Course Description

This program is ideal for students who want to research and learn all aspects of the design process from the basis of drawing and imaging to how filmmaking and animation are used in the modern content. During the length of this program, you will have the opportunity to apply critical thinking and theory to practical outcomes.

Lecturers

Keren Marx, Professor

Rochelle Lin-Rodriguez, Associate Professor

What You’ll Learn

  • Theoretical concepts that are the starting point for design research as well as how to design under certain conditions.

  • Evaluating hypotheses about the thinking and acting processes of designers and design teams.

  • The application of methods including the adaptation of existing methods and development of new methods derived from theory.

Entry Requirements

Students will need to have successfully completed the Intro to Design and Design History programs.

SPRING SEMESTER