Thursday, July 25, 2013

UBE






http://vube.com/
http://vube.com/msxjeni/NZ3IuzJtHH?t=s

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Friday, July 19, 2013

ferrari design series

http://www.designboom.com/technology/hublot-masterpiece-mp-05-laferrari-watch/






http://www.designboom.com/technology/ferrari-laferrari-electric-hybrid-supercar/

http://www.designboom.com/technology/the-ferrari-ff-a-v12-four-seater-with-four-wheel-drive/




3B Honey Project


                              http://vimeo.com/69130815#

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Design Brief Template

Design Brief Template

A design brief establishes clear expectations between a business and the designer. A design brief template cannot be a ‘one size fits all’ because design projects vary so much, ranging from product innovation and improvement, to service delivery, software development and graphic design. Use this template as a starting point and modify as necessary. When you have finished delete the blue instructional text.

Business name:

Client contact:

Contact number:

Due date for completion: <if you have any dependencies which make a particular start and end date critical make sure you communicate these before you brief a designer. You may need to negotiate with the designer depending on how in-demand they are and the complexity of the project. The due date for completion is when you expect to have the final, approved design in your hand, ready for use. >

Review date/s: <there should be at least one client review to ensure the design meets client expectations. You can also use this section to specify completion dates of other key stages.>

Budget: <provide an idea of how much money you plan to spend. This enables the designer to be realistic when they provide options.>

Product/service/brand name: <aim to reflect the purpose of the design project in its title. If it’s in the public domain title may need to include branding.>

Key objectives: <main business benefits of getting this design successfully delivered.>

Marketing objectives and target audience: <detailed description of the target market and marketing approach. Include details such as occupation, gender ratio, average age, nationality/location, psychological demographic, lifestyle preferences, advertising and promotional plans, distribution etc.>

Regulatory issues: <note any regulations which will impact the design e.g. product labelling laws.>

Scope: <detailed list of everything this project is expected to deliver.>

Not in scope: <use this section to specify design elements that are out of scope e.g. if you're completing a web design project but don’t want an email newsletter.>

Purpose and function: <use this section if you are briefing a product designer. To be able to provide a workable design, the designer needs to know what the product is supposed to be able to do, who will be using it and in what circumstances. This information may be obvious to the inventor but still needs to be spelled out clearly for the designer.>

Format: <use this section if you are briefing a graphic designer. Depending on how you plan to use the design(s) specify if it is for print or web, file format, file size, resolution or other attributes. For printed items tell the designer about the stock you plan to use as factors such as absorbency can affect the final result and therefore the designer's approach.>

Design Project plan: <list the project milestones, what is needed to complete them and who is responsible.>

Attachments: <provide anything you want to use e.g. existing logos, sketches of prototypes, examples of designs or products (as benchmarks or comparison), or competitors you need to stand out from. Ask the designer to specify requirements such as minimum resolutions for samples to be used in the final design.>

Measures of success: <how will you ensure the design is appropriate for your objectives and audience e.g. will you show samples to your potential customers, run surveys etc.>

VVBDES402A - Interpret and respond to design brief


 VVBDES402A - Interpret and respond to design brief 
1.     COURSE DETAILS
National Course Code
VCUV40303
Course Title
Certificate IV in Design
National Unit Code
VVBDES402A
Unit Title
Interpret and respond to a brief

2.     GROUP DETAILS
Group Name
CERT IV
Group Title
     
Day
Mondays
Room
WS202
Unit Start Date
15/7/13
Start Time

Unit End Date
29/10/13
Finish Time


3.     CONTACT DETAILS

Name
Room
Phone
Email
Teacher
Kai Cheng
WD259

 kcheng
@swin.edu.au
Senior Educator

WD257


@swin.edu.au
Administration

WD260


@swin.edu.au

4.     LEARNING RESOURCES
Blackboard 9.1 - iLearn
(additional learning materials, resources, assessments, quizzes etc can be access via the link)
Books
Various
Material
USB storage device, digital camera, A3 visual workbook, pencils, drawing pens, colour markers, steel rule, cutting knife, scissors, glue, A3 plastic presentation sleeves, additional items as required
Other
Websites to look at: ADGA, ICOGRADA, The Design Files, DIA, AGideas

5.     UNIT DETAILS
Unit Type
Core
Elective
Result
Graded
Ungraded
Pre/Co Requisites
None
Description
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to interpret and respond to a brief. As such the unit is holistic in nature and focuses on the overall work process to meet the requirements of a brief.
Elements
1
Interpret the brief
2
Develop and refine the design concept
3
Liaise with the client
4
Plan the production of the work
5
Complete the production of the work



6.     ASSESSMENT DETAILS
Assessment Task
Mark*
Graded units only
Due Date
green energy / environment protection poster design
You are to design an A3 poster that advertises/promotes green energy or environment protection. Your audience will depend on the topic you have chosen.
There are no budget or colour restrictions. However, all images, illustrations, photos are to be original and generated by you. You are to provide a statement of approximately 150 words explaining the topic you have chosen, your thoughts on it, why you have chosen it and how you intend to use your poster to advertise/promote this topic.
100
2 July 2012

Total
100





Refer to student handbook for explanation of result codes.

Decision Making Rules
Decision making rules must be provided for the unit eg: every task must be completed satisfactorily for competence to be achieved.

* For graded units, competence must be demonstrated before a mark will be given.


7.     SCHEDULE
Date
Week
Topic/activity/assessment

1
Introduction of unit:
Unit outline, delivery, student expectations and its context in the industry.

Discussion and presentation:
What is a brief? Show examples of briefs. Student project briefs, client briefs – verbal or written.

Understanding and Interpreting a Design Brief (Identity Design)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrfCXLEQpE0
Design Brief
http://www.kwikkopy.com.au/graphic-design/design-brief
Interpret the Design brief and follow the Design process
http://www.creative-choices.co.uk/develop-your-career/unit/des18
Top 10 tips for a great graphic design brief
http://www.snap.com.au/articles/top-10-tips-for-a-great-graphic-design-brief.htm

Design Brief Template