Lesson Objectives To challenge yourself to live with mistakes and work lightly with a coloured pencil. To Develop an understanding of the need to be able to design for others. To be more confident in the presentation of you're design work
The ‘illustrator’ There are loads of different sketching styles! Which one have you got???
sketching styles These original sketches have led to the design of great products!
Sketching styles becoming and all rounder Pick a card form the pack This is who you will be designing for. 5 Minutes analyse that person. What are there wants needs requirements?
Sketching styles use your whiteboards Lonely Boring Overweight Lack of social skills Obsessive Likes computers Gadgets Nerd Wears glasses Sweaty Thin and lanky Video games Dark room Long hair Sit in room Curtains closed Like the dark Stay up late Don’t get out of bed Poor diets Clever Weird Know pointless facts
Sketching styles becoming and all rounder You need to use the preformed sheet and the outlines steps to design something to make Toast?
When your done your sheet should look something like this! Draw 6 shapes onto an A3 sheet” Change there form in some way either by removing or adding material
sketching styles The ‘all-rounder’ Step 4 : Pick your 3 favorite concepts! Decide where the toast is going to be placed on each of these three sketches and…. sketch that on in blue pencil crayon
sketching styles The ‘all-rounder’ Step 5 : Add a directional arrow to show the movement (how the bread goes in/out). Step 6:Draw around these 3 chosen shapes using a biro to make them clearer
sketching styles The ‘all-rounder’ “When your done your sheet should look something like this!” “3x pencil crayon and 3 x biro drawings”
sketching styles The ‘all-rounder’ Step 7 : Decide on your two favorite concepts! Step 8 : add product features i.e. # Mechanism to operate # Display for time/heat
Step 8 : Pick your favorite concept! Go around the outline to strengthen the silhouette with a thick OHP pen
Step 10 : Finally, Describe any functionality using annotations (you might try a variation of annotation ‘squiggle’ arrows)
sketching styles The ‘all-rounder’ The result… You should have something that looks like this!
Lesson Objectives To understand the concept of creating Design ideas and not drawings. To Develop an understanding of the need to be able to design for others. To be more confident in the presentation of you're design work
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