|type of classes||pracownia kierunkowa;|
|course language||English; Polish;|
|method of learning outcomes verification||
The condition for obtaining a credit at the end of the semester is active participation in classes, workshops, lectures and presentations (trips to production plants), as well as student presence. Students are entitled to maximum three absences. The knowledge and skills obtained during those those classes should be completed in student’s own scope.
Minimum requirements (satisfactory grade):
A complete set of documents on the level qualifying them for public presentation at an overview, exhibition at ASP In Gdańsk.
Extended requirements (grade above satisfactory):
- beyond basic requirements
Correct design solution fulfilling assumptions. The ability to carry out analysis, creating schedules, preparing proper documentation in the area of hand and engineering drawings essential for constructing a prototype as well as making graphic presentation using software such as Power Point.
Maximum requirements (very good and excellent mark):
- above extended requirements
Above average designing solutions fulfilling the assumptions and qualifying it for entering competitions and exhibiting locally and internationally. Conflict-free teamwork. Aptitude for analytical thinking and formulating thought in speech and writing. Mastering the skill of designing. Professional presentation of design using boards and digital means.
Important didactic goal of the studio is stimulating the development of innovative thinking through experimentation with classic and modern production methods, through contact with genuine materials, as well as exploration, consolidation, and hands-on verification of intuitive and rational methods for searching solutions.
|short subject description||
The aim of the course (Fundamentals of product design) is to develop basic skills in the area of product design, it being a complex process, in which a product is only one of the activities comprising implementation of the solution and its market success.
|form of classes||
The component elements of grading particular exercises :
The prototype of the solution, documentation on two boards A2 size, showing the process of designing, parts of executory documentation (technical drawings) and photographs of the final solution. One constituent of the presentation on boards is a concise description of the essence of the solution and its characteristic features. The student is obliged to attach a file with components of work: analyses, sketches, notes, and photos from trials. The boards to be submitted in digital form on a CD in the resolution fit for printing and screen resolution together with the previously approved content for the studio’s website.
|subject area coverage||
Depending on the level of group. From designing structurally uncomplicated objects to system solutions.
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Krupiński J., Wzornictwo/design studium idei, Kraków: ASP 1998.
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Sheil B., Design trough making, Architectural Design, Wiley Academy, vol 75, nr 4/2005.
Best K., Design Managment, AVA Publishing SA 2006.
Bohm F., Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design, Phaidon 2005.
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Petroski H., The Evolution of Useful Things, New York: A Division House Inc. 1994.
|placement/internships (connected with field of study/subject area), artistic plein-airs||
Basic knowlage about designing.