This year Enrichment Mini-Course Program was another success! It was amazing to see another batch of inspiring designers.
Our Industrial Design Enrichment Mini-Course Program offered 2 courses:
216 – Building Your Own Ideas
In this hands-on course, you will explore technological tools such as 3D printers and laser cutters and CAD tools to learn to make your own cool stuff! Classes will introduce you to the design process: brainstorm ideas, develop concepts through sketching, illustration, and CAD – all set in a design studio environment! The course will also introduce you to the importance of exploring ideas confidently, test ideas and get user feedback. The week will conclude with a display, presentation, and discussion of student designs.
217 – Making Your World: From Garbage to Goods!
In this hands-on course, you will experience what it is like to design a new product. The challenge: this new product must begin its life in the garbage dump. How can something new and exciting be made out of the stuff we throw away every day? Brainstorm ideas, develop new concepts through sketching and testing and make models of your concept like a real industrial designer in a real design studio. The course will also introduce you to the values of sustainable design, the importance of market research and user needs, form and colour principles, two-dimensional computer illustration, materials, and production processes. The week will conclude with a display, presentation, and discussion of student designs
To see more EMCP Programs: https://www.emcp-pmce.ca/programs.php#
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