Week 7: Content Review/WRITE THE ESSAY

Studio Practice

  1. Research methods to structure and edit a written document.
  2. Analyse methods available to designers for self-publishing.
  3. Deliver an A3 landscape format interactive PDF to present your initial design ideas (typeface, colour, format, print / digital production) about the design of your article.
  4. Document your research, ideas and visual development on your blog.
  5. Participate in and reflect on the debates raised on the Ideas Wall.

Essay

  1. Deliver the first draft of your 3,000-word article, which is to be saved as a Word or Text Edit document.

Well, this week is going to be fun!

Research methods to structure and edit a written document.

All the sources from this week say to really know what your project is about and why you are doing it. What is the question I am trying to answer? This is it:

How has being part of a host and legacy borough of the London 2012 Olympics affected the community of Walthamstow?

Analyse methods available to designers for self-publishing.

OK, so this exploration is in this blog post, so that this doesn’t get too bogged down.

I like the idea of using lenticular-style media to tell different parts of the story, like this garage door in Walthamstow:

OS Maps could create this effect, and I could get them printed here.

Deliver an A3 landscape format interactive PDF to present your initial design ideas (typeface, colour, format, print / digital production) about the design of your article.

Participate in and reflect on the debates raised on the Ideas Wall.

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