[Offered in even-numbered years]
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 2|
|Administered by:||College of Science and Engineering|
This subject is an introduction to the communication of design ideas using a range of graphic formats in and for urban contexts. The main objectives are to develop dexterity and confidence across a range of graphic media and design scales, and to expand both creative potential and technical skills of visual communication for professional drawings. The subject focuses on creativity, precision, and design process, and we will explore visual communication of design concepts for a range of urban design audiences (i.e. architects, planners, engineers, governance, community, etc). Upon conclusion, you will have developed broad visual communication skills informed by theoretical and technical knowledge, and be able to apply these to urban design, planning, and creative processes related to cities.
|Prerequisites:||12CP OF LEVEL 3 SUBJECTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS|
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