The History Of The Augmented Reality In Education

What is Augmented Reality? Augmented reality is a computer system which has the ability to combine the real world and computer generated data. With this system, virtual objects are blended into real footage in real time. Thus, we can imagine the high potential that this technology might have if applied in the field of education. […]

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Don’t Mistake Legibility for Communication – Analysis

CRITICAL STUDY IN ART & DESIGN DON’T MISTAKE LEGIBILITY FOR COMMUNICATION David Carson | Discuss It is the art director, graphic designer and surfer David Carson (b. 1954) who stated during his 2013 TED Talk, ‘Don’t mistake legibility for communication’. Since making this statement, designers have had to rethink what it means to communicate; especially […]

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User centred design | Analysis

Introduction Nowadays, User Centered Design has been embedded in many design works. This essay seeks to explore the nature of this approach. This essay is split in to four sections. The first section is to provide a definition for User Centered Design while the second section will explain the benefits of using this approach with […]

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Instructional Design

Section 1 – My Definition of Instructional Design According to the Internet Wikipedia, “Instructional Design, also called Instructional Systems Design is the practice of maximizing the effectiveness, efficiency and appeal of instruction and other learning experiences.” The course of action to be undertaken is made up in a broad sense of deciding the state in […]

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What is white space?

What is white space? White space, also recognized by most as negative space, is the unmarked space between graphics, texts, and margins. To be precise, it is basically all spaces that possess absent of contents. Sandy Wheeler argued that, most people do not understand the role of white space and often consider them simply as […]

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Logistics network design

LOGISTICS network design is concerned with the purpose of the number and site of warehouses and manufacturing plants, allocation of customer demand, distribution of warehouses to production plants. The best configuration must be able to deliver the goods to the customers at the least cost (commonly used objective) while satisfying the service level needs. In […]

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Michael Kors vs Guccio Gucci

American vs. Foreign Designer Michael Korsvs.         Guccio Gucci                           Showroom Headquarters:            Showroom Headquarters:               11 W 42nd St. New York, NY 10018              Via Mecenate, 79, 20138 Milano, Italy Written by: Irene Vastardis Table of Contents: Their Importance ………………………………4 Michael Kors Importance ……………………………. 4 Gucci’s Importance ……………………………………4 Background of Designers …………………….. 5 Michael […]

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Design Essays – Packaging Design

The manner and importance of Packaging Design in Terms of Practical Business and Shipping Considerations as well as in the Marketing and Consumer Context with Respect to Design, Construction and Content. Chapter 1 – Introduction The concept of product packaging along with design represents an understanding that to market one’s item to consumers entails an […]

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Planning Theory in City Development

Keywords: disjointed incrementalism planning, rational planning theory, planning theory application Abstract This paper examines the theories of rational planning, incremental planning, and planning as a political process. It compares these three influences of planning specifically to town planning. Furthermore, the importance of rational planning, incremental planning, and planning as a political process will be highlighted […]

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Posters of the Second World War – An Analysis

          -What was the impact of the posters from the Second World War?          -Why are they still popular? Introduction: For my dissertation I have chosen to look at the posters from the Second World War. The idea to look at these posters came from my own interest in the war, the 1940’s and the ‘propaganda’ […]

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