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Task 1. Entry 5.

Name

  • Health, wellbeing, peace etc… wrong vibe. Avoid these words due to preconceptions surrounding the language.
  • Colour? That symbolises balance, positivity, wholeness, relaxation?
  • Green-¬†Harmony, balance, refreshment, universal love, rest, restoration, reassurance, environmental awareness, equilibrium, peace.
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Task 1. Entry 4.

Reflection from Critique

  • Design to help people maintain good, healthy mental state.
  • Theres many ways to keep your physical self healthy- such as exercise. However, there are limited ways and methods presented to the public to help them keep their mental state healthy.
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Task 1. Entry 3.

At this stage we are required to present our response so far to the brief/task1. This presentation will enable other colleagues to give constructive feedback and potential raise ideas we have not yet considered.  214 more words

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Task 1. Entry 2.

Research Findings

  1. Research into mental health. What ones are most common? Risk groups? Age groups?
  2. What apps are already exciting in this sector? Analyse them and critique them?
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Disobedient Objects at the V&A

This exhibition featuring at the V&A relates to the subject currently being explored within the Culture and Context unit – ‘Design for the Real World’. Therefore, attending this exhibition was a good opportunity to learn about ‘Real Design’ in a visual and engaging way. 401 more words

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Design for the Real World. Entry 3.

Topic- Images Interesting points from the Lecture

  • Without text the content of what an image means is subjective.
  • Introduction of photographs gave people a new sense of awareness regarding their own identity.
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Design for the Real World. Entry 2.

Guest Lecture

Dave Russel, IDEO Communications Designer.

Key Points

  • IDEO focuses on understanding people and their individual behaviours.
  • Interaction designers focus on how the products are received and used by the public.
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