DDP Course Overview 2018-2019
DESIGN & DRAWING FOR PRODUCTION
In this one-year course, students will use a variety of computer aided design software and materials to create original work.
Design and Drawing for Production will focus on first gaining understanding of the Principles and Elements of Art and Design as a foundation.
Students will then utilize their understanding of the P & E throughout the Design Process to create innovative and unique products.
Develop problem solving, critical thinking and visual communication skills through individual or collaborative design challenges.
Develop skills in sketching, mechanical drawing, computer aided drafting and rendering.
Solve 2-D and 3-D design problems while developing a design skill set using traditional materials and computer aided design programs.
Develop an appreciation and understanding of design theory, process and history.
Students will be able to express design samples in both Orthographic and Isometric Drawings/Projections
Identify personal areas of interest and talent for related career and educational pursuits.
Each student arrives to class on time, prepared, with a willingness to be productive and a desire to achieve their personal best.
Our classroom is a safe and secure place where all students follow classroom rule and are able to participate and learn.
Students will be respectful of each other and work cooperatively while utilizing listening and communication skills.
Arrive to class on time and prepared.
All students must clean work station before leaving class.
Students are responsible for saving work properly and as instructed.
No food brought into classroom and drinks must be on the floor.
Do not touch other people’s workstation without their permission.
Remain quiet and attentive during all teacher instructional/ demonstration times.
DO NOT engage in off-task internet activity. NO gaming, texting or social networking.
Use headphones ONLY with teacher instruction or permission.
All assignments will be saved in your digital portfolio.
Assignments will be evaluated using a rubric.
Evaluation may also include
personal assessment and reflection by the student.
(Homework will be given primarily for prep and planning for projects.)
MID-TERM AND FINAL EXAM ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW
Answer basic questions about process, materials and techniques relevant to course subject matter
Define and visually illustrate the elements and principles of art and design
Complete preliminary and final phases of creative design assignment using imaging device
Adobe Creative Suite 5: Photoshop will be the primary graphic design program.
Additional Adobe applications will also be used.
Tinkercad: A 3-D modeling software CAD program with free access from anyplace with wifi
Rhino 3D: A comprehensive three-dimensional modeling software program
CAD: Computer-aided drafting to create technical drawings.
Autodesk Revit: Architectual and mechanical drawing and drafting.
Flash Drive- recommended
Elements and Principles of Design
Form and Function
The Design Process
Symbols & Font
TECHNICAL DRAFTING STYLES
Isometric Drawing/ Shading
Orthographic Drawing/ Multiview Drawing
Perspective View Drawings/ Rendering
Digital 3-D Modeling and Imaging
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING
*INCLUDES 3-D PRINTING PROJECTS!
Public Space Design