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Credits: 3. Grading scale: TH. Compulsory for: ID1. Course coordinator: Adjungerad universitslektor Olof Kolte, Industridesign. Assessment: Passed exercises and commitment to attend at least 80% of the classes/workshops. Homepage: http://www.ide.lth.se.
Use and refine the knowledge gained in workshop practice and part 1:1 in a first small project. Introduction in design methods/ in relation to other courses.
The student will develop fundamental knowledge about form and train skills in sketching, rendering techniques, technical drawing, model making and presentation techniques. Also, graphic design and product graphics will be taught. A small product will be used to implement the knowledge and experience gained in the course. During an early stage in the training, the students should already learn to present their work. Computer based graphic design will be introduced and applied.
Lundqvist, B.: Ritteknik
Andersson, N.: Skissteknik. En handbok i visualisering av designförslag. Designhögskolan, Umeå Universitet.
Powell, D.: Presentation Techniques
Auto&Design (Italian car design)
Car Styling (Japanese car design)
IDSA (2001), Design Secrets: Products/ 50 Real-life projects uncovered. Rockport Publishers, Inc.