In the CTS session with Dene and Andrew, we looked into Journalism and Truthiness, with participatory cultures. Journalism, is the product of the activities, assessing, gathering, creating, and presenting news and information. The purpose of journalism is defined by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel in The Elements of Journalism as, "is not defined by technology, nor by journalists … Continue reading Journalism, ‘Truthiness’ and Participatory Cultures
The Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm, also know as the Ulm School of Design, was founded in 1953, established in Ulm, Southern Germany, by Inge Aicher-Scholl, Otl Aicher and Max Bill. Bill, the president of Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm (HfG), had a huge influence on the teaching approach of the school, as he was an alumni from Bauhaus, an evolutionary architecture and design school, … Continue reading The Ulm School of Design (Raven Row)
During one of the previous studio sessions, the class was introduced to the functionality of grids in design purposes. In today's CTS session, we've learned grid under the content of social and aesthetic ideas, and a pre-reading for the lesson on the Introduction of "No More Rules: Graphic Design and Postmodernism", by Lawrence King. From a Research … Continue reading The Grid and Postmodernism
In relation to today's CTS session on 'Design Responses', there are two readings that had to be gone through: 1. Prasad Boradkar - Designing Things, page 1-16 2. Michael Rock and 2x4 - Multiple Signatures, page 234-240
In the morning session of CTS workshop, we were introduced to the topic, Voice and Authorship, as well as the UAL online library service. Interactive sessions were taken in order for us to share ideas among each other, enrich knowledge we might not have known before. In small groups, we were first given with a … Continue reading Voice and Authorship
For the first CTS session we discussed about what GMD is - that is, Graphic and Media Design. In small groups, we brought out and shared each of ours personal thoughts, ideas and perspectives on GMD. We first fragmented the term into three parts, Graphic, Media and Design, then further created mind map as well as listed … Continue reading What is Graphic and Media Design?