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Caulfield First semester 2005 (Day)
Caulfield Second semester 2005 (Day)
Synopsis: Projects requiring research and application in motion graphics, information architecture, self-promotion, on-line corporate identity design, interactive environments, iconography/interface design, data-driven web design and site specific installation. Folio preparation is also covered.
Objectives: On successful completion of this unit, students will: 1.approach the problem-solving of interactive digital media and multimedia design with an inquiring, adventurous and open attitude; 2.be able to identify multimedia design problems and determine the appropriate multimedia elements in response to the design problem; 3.have an advanced knowledge of principles of human-computer interface design; 4.be able to use a wide range of multimedia production language and technologies; 5.understand and have the ability to analyse the benefits and constraints of different delivery platforms for multimedia design, including digital video, the internet, cd-rom, dvd-rom, site-specific installation, and other technologies; 6.be aware of the specialised roles identified in the multimedia industry, and to identify which role best matches their skills set; 7.undertake research and application of multimedia design in projects such as motion graphics, information architecture, self-promotion, on-line corporate identity design, interactive environments, iconography / interface design, data-driven web design, and site specific installation; 8.be able to prepare a folio presentation for self promotion, utilising a variety of appropriate media.
Assessment: Major projects: 100%
Contact Hours: 24-hours per week including 8 studio hours and 16 hours of independent study