Posts tagged documentation

jlangenbeck:

corkgrips:

lester carey

Unexpected and kind of great to see Anthony Turducken photos on Corkgrips. Lester Carey deserves wide acclaim.

Here is Cody’s documentation of Fourth of July, a collage of the fireworks he saw.

Here is Cody’s documentation of Fourth of July, a collage of the fireworks he saw.

Phil’s Fourth of July documentation took the form of a rendering of the Occupy Design logo, exemplifying something he’s focused on, finance reform. 

Phil’s Fourth of July documentation took the form of a rendering of the Occupy Design logo, exemplifying something he’s focused on, finance reform. 

Presenting Project #1

Okay. The time has come. On Thursday, February 9, you will present the work you did for Project #1.

What follows is a checklist for presenting your project to me and your classmates.

1. Photograph your work. If you made a piece of graphic design, you must PRINT it and photograph it. No digital files. Use a REAL CAMERA, not your phone. Consider lighting. Try to take your photographs outside, where the lighting is natural and dispersed. (If your project is a video, you do not need to photograph it. If your project was an action or event, hopefully you photographed it in process!)

2. Write your reflection paper. Use your “I” voice. This is your chance to reflect on the process you undertook. In this paper, you’ll explain your choices and offer examples of parallels between your piece and the work of your chosen inspiration.

How were you influenced? What did you borrow? What was it about your chosen inspiration that made you choose it? Perhaps the most important part of this project, this reflection, or rationale paper, or argument, will dissect your process as well as your product. Did you enjoy yourself? What did you learn about yourself as a designer, as a maker, as a thinker?

3. Make a post to this Tumblr.

(Use the “Photo post” option and create a photoset.) Include 3-10 photographs of your final, completed project. Include 1-3 photographs of your project process.

In the “Caption” section of the Photoset post, include an excerpt from your reflection paper. Choose a paragraph or two that describes your project and alludes to your process. If there are links to your project on the internet, include those!

Format your “Caption” text like this:

Project One: Your Name

Title of Your Project

Inspired by (Name of your inspiration)

And then your content.

4. Give a short, informal (aka DON’T FREAK OUT) presentation of your project to the class on Thursday. You’ll use your Tumblr post on the projector to share your process with your classmates. If you made a video, let’s watch it. If your project has sound let’s hear it.

*** If applicable, please bring your physical project to class on Thursday. If you made a book, a zine, a poster or a sculpture, bring it to class to share with your classmates and loan to me to document over the weekend. You still need to photograph it and make a post to Tumblr. ***

Get it? Got it? Good. Now go!!!

As always, email me with any questions.

A big thank you to Maria and Jack from the Epicenter for Skyping into our classroom today to talk about designing with and for a community. They gave us lots of food for thought as we start our week.

A big thank you to Maria and Jack from the Epicenter for Skyping into our classroom today to talk about designing with and for a community. They gave us lots of food for thought as we start our week.