Within Graphic Design fields, students develop briefs and visualise, generate and develop ideas in response to an audience needs. They evaluate, reflect on, refine and justify their decisions and aesthetic choices. Students demonstrate their use of Graphic Design skills, techniques, conventions and processes in a range of design fields. They manipulate design elements and design principles, materials, methods, media and technologies to realise their concepts and ideas for specific purposes, audiences and needs. This semester the students have look at three areas: logo Design, One point perspective Drawing and Packaging Design. Where most of the designing occurred in online learning the students worked well and have been very creative.
One Point Perspective
One point perspective is a drawing method that shows how things appear to get smaller as they get further away, converging towards a single 'vanishing point' on a page.
Logo design is the process of arranging symbols, images, text and colour to create a unique mark that communicates the essence of your brand.
Product packaging design refers to the creation of the exterior of a product. That includes choices in material and form as well as graphics, colours and fonts that are used on wrapping, a box, a can, a bottle of any kind of container. Like any good design, packaging tells a story.