Learning through the design process

Keeping process at the centre of design

We live in a culture that adores objects. We go to museums to admire and puzzle over them and we leaf through magazines and go to shops to buy (or wistfully imagine owning) them. This overwhelming focus on product seems to airbrush out the complexity of how they came into being: the research and analysis, the conceptualizing, the experimentation with materials or colour, the testing and the exploration of texture and form. How are such things conveyed, demonstrated and developed in design education? Many of the CETLD projects delved into the vital issue of understanding and exploring process in design learning and teaching.

Visual Pedagogy

Visual Pedagogy

A visual investigation of the physical, intellectual and emotional space in which students learn fashion menswear

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