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Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics,Unit 1 Design Overview. Introduction, Design encompasses everything man made Applied design and the systematic application. of the principles of design is the basis behind teaching and using technology. Technological design includes these areas, Architectural design buildings interior design urban planning. Civil design bridges highways dams,Electronic design hardware software engineering. Industrial design mechanical manufacturing fashion engineering. Graphic design advertising film other media,About this Unit.
This unit provides a brief overview of the design process and principles. This lesson meets standards for Science Content Math Language Arts and Technology. Introduction to the Design Process,The Project Problem Solving Model. Overview of Design Principles,2008 Autodesk Inc 2,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Lesson 1 Introduction to the Design Process, Design is the broad based integration of art and engineering It combines the study of. science language math business and society Applied design and the systematic. application of its principles are the basis behind using and teaching technological design. Today s educator must travel beyond the confines of the classroom to teach real world. learning Teachers know they must bridge the gap between concept and application They. must teach more than just drafting in order to prepare their students for the real world of. industry They must teach the complete design process drafting problem solving testing. presentation production and post production,How to Begin Teaching the Design Process. Design is an all encompassing subject area with no real experts just informed and talented. individuals Here are some points to remember about teaching the design process. Design is subjective Teach your students how to rationalize and critique. Many technology educators think that drafting is design Drafting is just one. component of design one tool in the process of designing It is one of the last steps. before manufacturing not the first Teaching drafting first is like teaching calculus. before addition and subtraction, The design project must be relevant to the student s needs and experience.
The design project must be significant it must have a purpose and never be treated. as make work time filler, Ask students to consider the design of everyday articles in their home such as toys. tools and utensils Does the design work or not Can they improve it How was the. item manufactured, Limit the variables Providing constraints to the project allows more room for. creativity, Students cannot design in a vacuum They need to see what was done before what. the rationale is and what their experience gives them. Avoid the tendency some students have to throw everything into the design Simple. Encourage students to create a solution with an explanation. The Design Brief, Create a design brief or a short description of the problem you want your students to. solve A good design brief includes background tasks to perform the deliverables such as. reports sketches models and illustrations and a time line Have them record everything. and throw nothing away, Here are the important skills that students must ultimately learn and develop to understand.
the design process,Problem solving,2008 Autodesk Inc 3. Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics,Computer applications. Human interaction with technology ergonomics,Properties of materials. The analyzing process,Marketing and costs,Visualization. Project management,Sketching and 3D,Illustration,Use cycles.
Manufacturing,Law and regulations,Safety and reliability. Community involvement,Environmental concerns,Electronics. Testing procedures,Time management,Communication,Presentation. Aesthetics and function,How to judge aesthetics,Solution oriented design. Above all else design fulfills a need It begins with identifying a problem or a need and. figuring out how to create a solution, Find ways to remove barriers to creativity such as speed sketching and word.
associations, Teach your students that logical design processes should not supersede creativity. and that taking risks and failure is good This is a learning process and is not to be. You must build enthusiasm and excitement from the beginning. Do not expect students to sit still and sketch and draw and draft endlessly at the. beginning of the project, Do not expect three or five or ten ideas but do expect at least one. Studies show designers work best with one idea and then will work on others if the. first one doesn t fly,2008 Autodesk Inc 4,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Lesson 2 Project Problem Solving Model, Every source on teaching design has a graph chart or step by step directions to describe. how to go about designing a product,A project problem solving model is outlined below.
Planning Stage,Problem Identification,What is the problem. Why are you trying to solve it,Conceptualize possible solutions. Brainstorm with team mates,Block out solutions thumbnails and models. Set Goals and Note Criteria, Consider resources materials funds and time constraints. Discuss goals with clients users and investors,Refine solutions use more thumbnails and models.
Evaluate Test Select and Implement Solutions,Brainstorm sketch doodle thumbnails roughs models. Group discussions decisions,Pin down solution,Opinions to other stages. Presentation Stage,Sell the Solution,Polish and layout solution s completed drawings. Present ideas to management clients and investors,Opinions to other stages. Production Stage,Manufacture,Complete engineering design and prototypes.
Evaluate process verify and then modify if necessary. Monitor production,2008 Autodesk Inc 5,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Opinions to other stages,Post Production Stage,Analyze and conclude and then report results. Refine ideas for further work,Opinions to other stages. Teaching the design process may involve the following paradigms. Concept Student comes up with an idea, Design Select the software that best allows for the model and the discipline. Document Drafting rendering animation and technical writing. Building Machining CNC carpentry woodworking or welding. Use Application, Some of the above information is excerpted with permission from a web page authored by.
Michael Scott 1997,2008 Autodesk Inc 6,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Lesson 3 Overview of Design Principles, Prior to beginning the design process there are basic concepts and terms that will assist. you in understanding what creates a good design, Terms are not always going to be visible or obvious Being able to justify why certain. theories were or were not applied or implemented is necessary in determining what. encompasses a good design, The following are basic terms to understanding any design More than one term may apply. to any design, Note The images shown below are available as AutoCAD DWG files They are located in the.
Data Files Design Basics Unit 1 Design Overview folder. Axis A straight imaginary line that follows the width height or depth of an object. The names of these axes are,x axis for width,y axis for height or length. z axis for depth,2008 Autodesk Inc 7,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. You create an axis through the center of the entrance. In the floor plan a path shows the traffic flow into the bedrooms and living area. 2008 Autodesk Inc 8,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. In the concrete block the axis shows two directions the X and Y axes. Scale A proportion between two sets of dimensions as between those of a drawing and its. original On a drawing you select a standard scale to create an object full size smaller or. larger than the object it represents, Note that the information does not change the actual size of the object. Line The path between two points Lines can also define object boundaries. 2008 Autodesk Inc 9,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics.
Dimensioning Another name for the size description of an object. The floor plan and concrete block display how you dimension objects in order to construct. 2008 Autodesk Inc 10,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Composition The arrangement style and size of words or lines on a drawing. In a floor plan you arrange rooms in three categories sleeping living and service Having. a balance of each area forms a good composition,Form Fit Function Answers the three questions. Form does the shape appeal to the space,Fit is the size appropriate to the space. Function does the object serve its purpose, Answering these three questions will justify if the design is well planned. Symmetry Mirrored or balanced around an axis an object in which one side is an exact. mirror image of the other, The entrance is symmetrical it is exactly the same on both sides of the axis.
2008 Autodesk Inc 11,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. The concrete block is also symmetrical about the axis. Balance Two objects or areas that have a sense of equality. The spaces may have a different shape but the arrangement of the shapes creates a sense. of equality,Rhythm A pattern of measured motion that flows. The columns create the flow to illustrate rhythm and repetition. 2008 Autodesk Inc 12,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Proportion Size relative to the other objects in the same drawing. The opening of the entrance is relative to the height of the structure. You have just reviewed the basic concepts and terms you will need to understand in order. to create a good design,2008 Autodesk Inc 13,Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics. Unit 2 AutoCAD Basics,Introduction, The Sketching and Annotation Pre Civil and Pre Architectural units use AutoCAD or.
AutoCAD based appplications To ensure thatyou have the prerequisite basic skills to use. these applications a series of introductory exercises are provided The objectives of the. exercises are as follows, Navigate the AutoCAD graphic environment zooming and panning to view objects. using the command window the help system and exploring environment settings. and function keys, Configure fundamental drawing settings and options such as scale grid snap object. snap file paths and display colors, Create basic AutoCAD objects such as lines polylines circles arcs and polygons. using menus palettes keyboard commands mouse controls coordinates and object. Modify AutoCAD objects using multiple techniques including grip editing and object. properties,User layers to control object settings,Navigate and view objects in 3D. Create reusable internal blocks and world blocks, Use externally referenced drawings in the current drawing.
Draw objects in paper space layouts and configure one or more viewports in a. Create a properly formatted layout with required map elements such as a title block. north arrow border and scale, Configure the page setup and plot layouts to an engineering scale. Installing AutoCAD, It is recommended that you install AutoCAD Civil 3D 2008 and use the Civil 3D as AutoCAD. 2008 option This provides a basic AutoCAD environment. AutoCAD Basics Learning Material, The AutoCAD Basics material is provided in PDF format To view the content open AutoCAD. Basics pdf from the Printable Lessons folder,2008 Autodesk Inc 14. Autodesk Design Academy 2008 Design Basics,Unit 3 Sketching and Annotation.
Introduction, Sketching and annotation are vital in the design process Without the ability to visualize a. product or idea before it is created can seriously jeopardize research and design as well as. production, Annotation is also an important aspect of the design process Sketches would have little. meaning to the manufacturer and could not be read or interpreted correctly without. annotation or written communication They would provide a visual awareness without a. clear intent of the design, The key to developing any good product is to start with a good idea and follow the design. Sketching is the way we visually communicate ideas to others It allows the student to have. an awareness of the product at the point of its conception without having to spend vast. amounts of time for research and development Sketching is the conception phase where. ideas are developed for research and design to begin Without ideas on paper many of the. products you use would not have been developed,About this Unit. You sketch your designs on paper and then use AutoCAD to draw them to complete the. design process, Your focus is on developing sketching and annotation techniques as they progress to the.
drawing environment, Students do not have to know how to sketch or use a computer to be successful in these.

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