Course Code: VC6100
Course Title Visual Design I: Colour Theory and Design Theory & Methods
Short Title Visual Design 1
Course Level: Level 6
Valid From: 2018/2019 Sem 1
Credits: 15
Owner: Visual Design
Assessment Method Achievement
Course Aim

• To provide students with detailed knowledge of how to see and use colour in design.
• To broaden students’ visual vocabulary and improve technical expertise in the area of perceptual drawing.
• To explore topics related to thinking and creativity; raising students’ creative consciousness as a positive platform for learning as well as increased awareness of thinking patterns, learning styles and creative attitudes.

CILO
On Completion of this course, the learner will be able to
# Learning Outcome Description
1 Demonstrate a detailed knowledge and understanding of how we see colour using the correct terminology
2 Produce examples of colour combinations mixed in varied proportions, and applied in different techniques to illustrate aspects of colour theory
3 Apply drawing methods and techniques for the generation of ideas
4 Illustrate ways and means of collecting, notating and remembering ideas
5 Demonstrate a suitable level of professional practice through attendance, participation and group discussion.
Requisites
  • Co Requisite: VC6102
 

Course Content & Assessment

No Examinations
No Other Controlled Assessments
Uncontrolled Assessments
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Practical Project
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Project (Group)
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Portfolio

The institute reserves the right to alter the nature and timings of assessment

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