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Course Name
Turkish Endüstriyel Tasarım Stüdyosu
English Industrial Design Studio
Course Code
ENT 211E Credit Lecture
Semester 3
5 2 6 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Ekrem Cem Alppay
Eli Bensusan
Course Objectives 1. Describing the basic concepts of industrial design in a conceptual and applied way.
2. Teaching design concepts which will also help to understand all the other courses contents
Course Description Definitions of concepts related to design, function, structure, economics, aesthetics, management. Sources of design: Nature, vernacular and folk art, technology. Objectives of design: Use, production, sales, infrastructure, recycling. Design communication and language of design, Meaning in design. New directions in design theories. Design methods, design systems, planning design, corporate identity. Design Psychology. Semiotics in design. Future topics of design. Roles of communication technologies, etc. Applications on function, vernacular design, objectives of design,
language of design, etc. Visits to museums and factories.
Course Outcomes Student, who passed the course satisfactorily can:
1. Understand the main facts about Industrial Design.
2. Have an approach that consists of analytical observation, research techniques.
3. Have the opportunity to apply the skills which they have learnt verbal and visual expressions.
Required Facilities
Other References Bayazıt,N., 1994, Concepts in Design, Basılmamış Ders Notları.
Basala,G., 1988, The Evolution of Technology, Cambridge University Press. Christopher, A., 1964, Notes on the Synthesis of Form.
Gideon, S., 1941, Mechanization Takes Command, Oxford University Press.
Julier, G., 1993, Encyclopedia of 20th Century Design and designers, Thames and Hudson. Pile, J. F., 1979, Design: Purpose, Form and Meaning, Massachusetts Press.
Tunalı,İ., 1989, Estetik, Remzi Kitabevi.
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