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TES 112E - VISUAL COMMUNICATION I

Dersin Amaçları

Visual Communication 1 course aims to increase the interaction and coordination between the mind and hand; hence it will be a vital tool to develop and improve your design ideas; communication via sketches, perspectives, photographs, renderings, and texts. Communication works two ways: for yourself; and for other people whom you want to describe your ideas.

Visualization is among the most important and powerful tools for communication. This includes the communication you ‘have with yourself’ during your own design process. Namely, visual representations will bring you new information and alternatives. You are going to learn to use the media effectively; i.e. paper and pencil types. This semester will provide you with a solid, heart-felt, and hand-felt foundation of various techniques and approaches to both visualization and representation. Hence, the course forms a basis for your future development as a designer.

Every human is likely to take a pencil and does drawing - weak or powerful - you are not at the 'zero' point; the keyword for this course may be best expressed with 'speed'. Everybody may draw- but you should draw fast, very fast! Only this ability will put you to a designer level. And don’t forget, as designers, architects and planners we do not need or look for beautiful drawings, but the ones that communicate.

Specifically, the aspects that will legally be covered in this course listed as follows:
Basic elements of design: Line, form, colour, texture, shade; basic and complex geometries, topography; object/product geometry; the relationship of human-environment-object; isometric and artistic perspective; visualization; basic graphical elements; composition, collage.
Technical drawing media, tools and equipment; meanings of line types, lettering, fundamentals of dimensioning; principles of projection, parallel, perpendicular and oblique projection techniques; sections elevations; markers and symbols, drawing of structural elements, scale in technical drawing.

Dersin Tanımı

Visual Communication 1 course aims to increase the interaction and coordination between the mind and hand; hence it will be a vital tool to develop and improve your design ideas; communication via sketches, perspectives, photographs, renderings, and texts. Communication works two ways: for yourself; and for other people whom you want to describe your ideas.

Visualization is among the most important and powerful tools for communication. This includes the communication you ‘have with yourself’ during your own design process. Namely, visual representations will bring you new information and alternatives. You are going to learn to use the media effectively; i.e. paper and pencil types. This semester will provide you with a solid, heart-felt, and hand-felt foundation of various techniques and approaches to both visualization and representation. Hence, the course forms a basis for your future development as a designer.

Every human is likely to take a pencil and does drawing - weak or powerful - you are not at the 'zero' point; the keyword for this course may be best expressed with 'speed'. Everybody may draw- but you should draw fast, very fast! Only this ability will put you to a designer level. And don’t forget, as designers, architects and planners we do not need or look for beautiful drawings, but the ones that communicate.

Specifically, the aspects that will legally be covered in this course listed as follows:
Basic elements of design: Line, form, colour, texture, shade; basic and complex geometries, topography; object/product geometry; the relationship of human-environment-object; isometric and artistic perspective; visualization; basic graphical elements; composition, collage.
Technical drawing media, tools and equipment; meanings of line types, lettering, fundamentals of dimensioning; principles of projection, parallel, perpendicular and oblique projection techniques; sections elevations; markers and symbols, drawing of structural elements, scale in technical drawing.

Koordinatörleri
Michael Stefan Bittermann
Dersin Dili
İngilizce
 
 
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