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    Design Responsibilities

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    Design: - Under the design section we will deal with four parties Designers, Architects, engineers, and regulatory authorities. Each party has their own roles and responsibilities. Designers: - The designers will provide the assistance in project design and develop the activities based on our requirements. They will design documentations, technical provisions and other project related documents. They will discuss all the issues and new design ideas in the project meetings. In these meetings They will also suggest the correct action to remove the issues. They will help the project manager to develop the project plan budget and schedule. They will design the layouts and sketches according to the project requirements. They will also develop…

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    quote by Rand Fishkin led me to explore the idea that there is more to UX design than just the overall layout. One of the first thing I found out was that in today’s world within designers, UX design is one of the most demanding job in the tech world. UX/UI roles specifically are some of the hardest positions to fill in the current market place. According to EMSI, IT jobs, such as UX/UI design are 28 percent of all average monthly unique job postings, making this industry the second…

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    Universal Design Approach

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    Universal Design and Approaches Reflection “A universal design for learning (UDL) classroom values learning how to learn with a variety of assessments, collegiality, open-ended activities, multiple learning modes, connection and different teaching styles” (Stanford, B., & Reeves, S., 2009, p. 8). Within these classrooms, students who learn through a variety of different mediums are considered. Curriculum and lesson plans are designed in a way that can contribute to the success of not one but all…

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    ‘Industrial design’ as a profession originated in the west and has continued to flourish in close collaboration with industries there. Concept of industrial design were imparted to India in early sixties through the establishment of formal education programmes in Indian design schools.(MP Ranjan, quality through Industrial design,1990. Craft disciplines such as ceramics, glass, and textiles might fall into the category of applied arts, industrial arts, decorative arts, fine arts, or crafts. They…

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    people of the world. As I grew older, my father, who is an architectural designer, took me to his office and introduced to me his actual work every day. I was immersed by the design drawings showed on his computer, thinking that how the buildings and landscapes were designed. This experience firmed my resolution to become a landscape designer in the future. With this resolution, I chose to be an art student before the College Entrance Examination. During that time, I left home early every day…

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    Graphic Design Process

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    Design Process An element of graphic design that could have a positive effect on students was design process. The design process assisted graphic designers with processing information and ideas. The graphic design process introduced how to think more like an explosion of ideas than linear line of one idea. Linear thinking was about one idea and attaching to that idea. While, lateral thinking was trying multiple ideas at once and changing and improving them over time. Hernandez and Prathibha…

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    Several agencies face different challenges today. There are new challenges as well as new ways of preparation that have been put in place. The broad steps to a transformation design are as follows. First, a transformative design success lies in understanding these and being able to address the problems with new methods of practice. The second step would be to create a new approach to issues. This is done through prototyping and barnstorming on the matters at hand. A desirable end product would…

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    Sound Design In Theatre

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    Since theatre first became popular in the times of the Greek, the use of sound to enhance theatrical experience has been prominent. However, many leaps have been made since then to improve a sound designer’s abilities to create different and intricate sounds in their design processes. The evolution of sound playback systems is a key element in the development of sound design in theatre. Through exploration of the history of sound playback, the current available playback systems on the market and…

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    first stepping-stone into the “real world”. Diving head first into the world of majors can be a very terrifying place, but that’s why many explore different pathways, to discover one’s true calling, one’s niche. While I am unsure about my future endeavors, I would like to think I am not going in completely blind, since I have a few possible ideas of career pathways: Nutrition, Design (Interior and Graphic), and Journalism. Nutrition, is a great field to find work in, not only is it growing,…

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    Abstract For a long time, design studio has been a core subject of architectural design education at all higher-learning institutions in Egypt. This type of education is based on practice and imitation; students solve problems and do projects through a process of thinking and doing. This education system, which is based on critique, attempts to increase the self-criticizing ability of students by providing continuous criticisms that help them manage their own projects and face future challenges.…

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