Drawing in the design process : characterizing industrial and educational practice (a long-term study carried out over the period 1984-2015) (Book, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Drawing in the design process : characterizing industrial and educational practice (a long-term study carried out over the period 1984-2015)

Author: Pamela Schenk
Publisher: Bristol, UK : Intellect, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Essay : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela Schenk
ISBN: 9781783206797 1783206799
OCLC Number: 970411791
Description: XIV, 250 pàgines : il·lustracions ; 24 cm
Contents: List of Figures and TablesAcknowledgementsIntroductionPart I - Context and Conduct of the Long-Term StudyChapter One: Context of the Long-Term Study - Theoretical FrameworkIntroduction to the long-term studyThe design processDrawing for creative thinkingDrawing, memory and visual literacyDrawing for ideation and communicationDrawing in the digital age 28 Drawing in design educationChapter Two: Conduct of the Long-Term Study - Investigative FrameworkOverviewRespondentsVariables and topics investigatedPart II - Phases of the Long-Term StudyPhase 1Chapter Three: Drawing in the Graphic Design Industry in the Mid-1980sIntroduction to Project OnePreparation and inspirationBriefing and ideationDevelopment and synthesisPresentation and evaluationCommissioning and specificationThe importance of drawing in graphic designChapter Four: Developing Drawing Competence in the Mid-1980sIntroduction to Project TwoDeveloping drawing competence in industry and educationCurriculum planning and drawing tuitionProfessional practice or artistic expressionPhase 2Chapter Five: The Impact of Digital Technology on Drawing for Graphic Design in the 1990sIntroduction to Project ThreeNew uses of drawingIndividual drawing practicesDrawing in the design process following the introduction of the new technologyPreparation and inspirationBriefing and ideationDevelopment and synthesisPresentation and evaluationCommissioning and specificationThe impact of the new technology on drawing for graphic designPhase 3Chapter Six: Drawing in Contemporary Design EducationIntroduction to Project FourDeveloping drawing competence for professional practiceDrawing on the curriculum in the digital ageCurriculum planning and drawing tuitionDiscipline-based diversityChapter Seven: Drawing in Contemporary Design PracticeIntroduction to Project FiveIndividual drawing practicesDrawing in the contemporary design processPreparation and inspirationBriefing and ideationDevelopment and synthesisPresentation and evaluationCommissioning and specificationRelative advantages of paper and screenPart III - Characterization and GeneralizationChapter Eight: A Taxonomy of Drawing in DesignSystematic classificationThe development of the taxonomyStructure of the taxonomy of drawing in designCategorization and characterization - Task, use and type of drawingCategorization and characterization - Task and drawing competenceApplications of the taxonomyChapter Nine: Models of Drawing in Design and in EducationIntroductionThe three environments of drawing in designThe three environments of teaching and learningThe student experienceChapter Ten: Drawing ConclusionsPatterns of change in drawing practice and drawing tuitionThe importance of drawing in design practiceDeveloping drawing competenceReferencesAppendicesAppendix I: Respondents in Phase 1: 1984-1989Appendix II: Respondents in Phase 2: 1990-1999Appendix III: Respondents in Phase 3: 2004-2015Appendix IV: Student Respondents in the Three Phases 1984-2015Appendix V: Advisors for the Long-Term Study - 1984-2015Index
Responsibility: Pamela Schenk.

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'An engaging study that provides comprehensive evidence of research into the field over a considerable period.' -- Paul Fieldsend-Danks, Norwich University of the Arts

 
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