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Course Name
Turkish Tasarım Kuram ve Metodları
English Design Theories and Method.
Course Code
EUT 122E Credit Lecture
Semester -
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Şebnem Timur
Course Objectives 1. Introduce the basics design methods and theories together with our own culture. 2. Introduce students the design activities that take place during the design process. 3. Introduce how to learn design issues and how to collect information and how to alter this information into usable forms and on a given subject make students to do research themselves. 4. Introduce students basic skills to do design by themselves and to be creative individually and within a group.
Course Description Foundation of design methods. Characteristics and development of design. Product life cycle. Design Theories and methods. Design process. Design team work. Design strategy. Identifying product characteristics and problems. Product status. Structure of design. Information collection and processing: General information collection. Market research. Preparation of product specification and performance specification. Feasibility studies. Design thinking and problem solving. Finding new ideas and creativity. Creativity techniques.
Course Outcomes Student, who passed the course satisfactorily can: 1. Understand how design is made as a human activity. 2. Understand on a broad level the phases of design process 3. Understand the research bases of design as individual and group activity and understand gathering information not only from internet and library but from the designers and producers. 4. Develop the basic skills on writing, visualizing, and reporting of the gathered information. 5. Learn to find new ideas applying creativity techniques and how to collaborate with colleagues. 6. Understand the importance of relations between industrial design, user, customer and producer.
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