Course Title: Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2017
Course Code: GRAP5392C
Course Title: Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms
School: 320T Architecture & Design
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Program: C4382 - Certificate IV in Design
Course Contact: Alistair Briggs
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 9446
Course Contact Email: email@example.com
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Nominal Hours: 50
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
In this course you will develop the skills and knowledge required to use equipment and materials that creatively explore outcomes for 3 dimensional forms. You will develop an understanding of the design principles and elements and apply these through the design process.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
BSBDES303 Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms
1 Source information on 3-dimensional design
1.1 Identify and access relevant sources of information on 3-dimensional design
2 Explore the creative design process for 3-dimensional forms
2.1 Use creative thinking techniques to generate a range of ideas and options
3 Communicate concepts or ideas through application of design processes to 3-dimensional forms
3.1 Investigate and reflect on how a particular concept or idea might be communicated in a 3-dimensional form
Details of Learning Activities
Your learning activities will take place in a studio, workshop or classroom using industry standard tools and resources. You will complete exercises and industry style projects. You will also be required to undertake independent study.
In class activities may include:
• brain storming and group discussion
• online and library research
• market research
• independent project based work
• teacher directed group activities/projects
• demonstration and application of OHS rules
• demonstration of a range of techniques
• ‘workshopping’ of student projects
• analysis/critique of own and peer group design solutions
Out of class activities may include:
|Week||Learning activities||Learning Elements|
|1||Orientation and introduction to course|
|2||Task 1: Paper craft - Paper/card relief construction using limited paper/card||1,2|
|3||Task 1: Paper craft - Paper/card relief construction using limited paper/card submission||1,2|
|4||Project 1: Pop Up Cards/Booklet development, design and construction of outcomes||1,2|
|5||Project 1: Pop Up Cards/Booklet development, design and construction of outcomes||1,2
|6||Folio Review Week||3|
|7||Project 1: Pop Up Cards/Booklet development, design and construction of outcomes||1,2,3|
|8||Project 1: Completion and submission||1,2,3|
|9||Project 2: Packaging project*: Design, development and production of multiple packaging, labelling and surface design outcomes OR *Alternate design discipline based project||1,2|
|10||Project 2: Packaging project*: Design, development and production of multiple packaging, labelling and surface design outcomes OR *Alternate design discipline based project||1,2|
|11||Project 2: Packaging project*: Design, development and production of multiple packaging, labelling and surface design outcomes OR *Alternate design discipline based project||1,2|
|Mid program break||13-23rd April (inclusive)|
|12||Folio review week||3|
|15||Project 2: Completion and submission||1,2,3|
|16||Review, revise and evaluate presentation of project outcomes||3|
|17||Review, revise and evaluate presentation of project outcomes||3|
|18||Folio review week||3|
|19||Final submissions and assessment||1,2,3|
There are no prescribed texts for this course
Douglas Riccardi editor, 2015 Available at Carlton General Collection (741.6 F686 )
Paul Jackson 1956-2014 Available at Brunswick General Collection (736.98 J136 )
Luke Herriott, c2007 Available at Swanston General Collection (741.6 P119 ) and Brunswick Library
You are advised to look at the Learning Hub at myRMIT site for ongoing updated information. A range of learning resources and references are provided throughout the year. You will require a personal storage device and tools as outlined in tool kit list.
RMIT will provide you with resources and tools for learning in this course through our online systems and access to specialised facilities and relevant software. You will also have access to the library resources.
Amongst the library’s electronic resources is the ability to access Lynda.com for online tutorials and lessons. You may be given these tutorials (and other resources) to supplement your classroom learning. The University Library has extensive resources for Design students. The Library has produced a subject guide that includes quality online and print resources for your studies http://rmit.libguides.com/graphicartanddesign The Library provides guides on academic referencing http://www.rmit.edu.au/library/referencing and subject specialist help via your Liaison Librarian http://www.rmit.edu.au/library/librarians/dsc
Overview of Assessment
Assessment is on-going throughout the course. Assessment tasks will require you demonstrate the application of knowledge and skills through practical projects and/or exercises.
The assessment tasks are: 3D exercises and project/s
An assessment charter summarises your responsibilities as an RMIT student as well as those of your teachers.
To demonstrate competency in this course you need to complete each one of the following pieces of assessment to a satisfactory standard. The submitted projects will be assessed with written feedback as well as a quality indicator that relates to separate components of the project and the overall outcome. Feedback throughout the course may be written, verbal or a combination of both.
1 X Task and 2 X Projects
Task 1: Paper Craft - Develop and realise creative ideas using 3D skills and techniques. Due week 3 (10% of final grade)
Project 1: Pop-up cards/booklet - Research, realise and explore 3D skills and techniques to create a range
of design outcomes. Due week 8 (40% of final grade)
Project 2: Packaging project - Explore design processes, research and production methods using appropriate
materials skills, techniques and applications and to create multiple design solutions and outcomes.
OR Alternate design discipline based project. Due week 15 (50% of final grade)
At the completion of the course, grading will be offered in addition to, and after, competency based assessment.
Grades which apply to courses delivered in accordance with competency-based assessment, but which also use graded assessment are:
HD Competent with High Distinction
CDI Competent with Distinction
CC Competent with Credit
CAG Competency Achieved - Graded
NYC Not Yet Competent
DNS Did Not Submit for Assessment
An assessment matrix demonstrating alignment of assessment tasks with the relevant Unit of Competency is available from the course contact person (stated above).
The major aspect of your learning experience involves studio based exercises, demonstration and production. It is strongly advised that you attend all sessions in order to engage in the required learning activities, ensuring the maximum opportunity for success.
You will receive verbal and written feedback by teacher on your work. This feedback also includes suggestions on how you can proceed to the next stage of developing your projects. Student feedback at RMIT
Monitoring academic progress is an important enabling and proactive strategy to assist you to achieve your learning potential. Student progress policy
When submitting work for assessment you are required to complete a declaration of authorship. This must be done for every summative assessment task. This statement acknowledges that you are aware of the plagiarism implications. For non-digital submission use the printed form provided. For digital online submission please use e Submission process.Information regarding the eSubmission process
Special Consideration Policy, Late Submission & Extensions
All assessment tasks are required to be completed to a satisfactory level.
If you are unable to complete any piece of assessment by the due date, you will need to apply for an extension. Pick the following link for details on applying for Special consideration
Any student seeking an extension, should aim at doing so a minimum of 2 days before the deadline. Work submitted late and without an extension at any point will incur late penalties in accordance with university policy. If you require an extension you must complete an extension form with evidence supporting your application and hand this to your instructor. Further links Application for extension of time
On Time Submission and Impact of Late Submission
On time submission is an important factor in your assessment. Employability skills are embedded in all courses and these include Planning & Organising and Self-management. For this reason, late work impacts on your overall grade for each assessment task.
The following adjustments for late submission will be made: Work submitted late will be assessed for competency only. Submissions are only permitted during the period that the competency is scheduled.
Academic Integrity and Plagiarism
RMIT University has a strict policy on plagiarism and academic integrity. Please refer to the website for more information on this policy go to Academic Integrity. Academic Integrity
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