Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to identify appropriate research and show evidence of critical design development and aesthetic analysis, show evidence of experimental and/or innovative thinking in the resolution of a design problem or issue, demonstrate the ability to initiate and manage their own learning, evaluate their own progress, and exercise reflective and critical self-analysis, learn the basic stages of the creation process, develop conceptual thinking skills and senses, successfully communicate concepts or ideas to an audience
Fashion design is one of the acts of creating visual form. In every creation process, there are two important stages: (1) the idea development stage and (2) the creation stage. The design research and concept stage holds an important role, as it is the starting point, in an idea development stage. This course basically assists students to interpret inspiration or abstract thinking into a concrete and communicative visible result. It will give the students knowledge of the essential stage of inspiration and communicate them into visible form. This focuses on stimulating the student’s skill to deliver abstract ideas into a communicative visual. There will be plenty of exercises as interpreting and communicating words, feelings or subjects. Students will be required to do numerous presentations.
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