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Course Name
Turkish Görsel İletişim II: Görselleştirme ve Perspektif
English Vis.CommII:Visualization&Persp
Course Code
TES 122E Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 2
3 2 2 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Tan Kamil Gürer
Course Objectives this course focuses on a wide range of issues including:
- Means and methods for externalizing and visualizing thoughts, ideas,
observations, and situations such as diagramming, sketching,
mapping (such as cognitive, behavioral, spatial and etc.)
- Generating illustrative compositions for expressing design intent
such as mood-boards, story boards, scenario boards
- Designing presentations posters
- Rendering and toning technical and free hand drawings
- Developing one point and two-point perspective views of a design
- Determining and casting shadows in multiview and paraline drawings
Course Description As the second course on visual communication, Visual Communication 2
aims to continue equipping you with the skills and knowledge for
externalizing, visualizing, representing and presenting your design ideas;
skills and knowledge that would contribute to your generating and
developing designs and communicating your design intent with others.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to: 1) Learn perspective concept
and types of perspective. 2) Communicate critical observation through 3D
drawing. 3) Create and develop sufficient number of alternative design
concepts in a given time period. 4) Produce quick solutions using free hand
drawings and instrumental devices to visualize design concepts. 5) Learn
and apply shading rules in perspective. 6) Use different styles of drawing. 7)
Transform a concept, fiction or a data into a physical and perceptible
illustration through different externalization and visualization techniques.
8) Gain the ability to create thematic compositions and posters through
basic principles and techniques of graphic design.
Pre-requisite(s) Viscom1
Required Facilities
Other
Textbook None
Other References T 1. Eissen, K., Steur, R. Sketching- Drawing Tehchniques for Product
Designers, BIS Publishers, 2007.
2. Eissen, K., Steur, R. Sketching- The Basics, BIS Publishers, 2011.
3. Eissen, K., Steur, R. Sketching- Product Design Presentation, BIS
Publishers, 2014.
4. Parada, A., Product Sketches- From Rough to Refined, BIS Publishers,
2013.
5. Hlavacs, G., The Exceptionally Simple Theory of Sketching, BIS
Publishers, 2014.
6. Henry, K., Drawing for Product Designers, Laurence King, 2012.
7. Pipes A., Drawing for Designers, Laurence King, 2007.
8. Cullen C. D., Haller L., Design Secrets: Products 2, Rockport
Publishers, 2006.
9. Earle, J.H., Engineering Design Graphics, Addison-Wesley Publ., 1994.
10. Bertoline, G.R., et.al. Technical Graphics Communication,McGrawHill, 2003.
11. Krisztian, G.,Schlempp-Ülker,N., Visualizing ideas: from scribbles to
storyboards, Thames & Hudson, London, 2006.
 
 
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