Design in FYC?
A terrible-looking presentation forced me to confront the fact that I don't know how to teach my students about how their work looks.
- I asked the question on Twitter
- — Lee Skallerup (@readywriting)Fri, Apr 13 2012 08:38:39Students need classes (or at least one class) in design and aesthetics. Man, this is a great, but ugly presentation.
- I should have asked #FYCchat, but anyway...
- — Paige Morgan (@paigecmorgan)Fri, Apr 13 2012 08:53:08@readywriting What platform is this? I usually have a discussion about good design/bad design, & ask students to bring examples of each
- — Greg McVerry (@jgmac1106)Fri, Apr 13 2012 09:07:50@readywriting I have looked at persuasive websites around controversial isses to talk about how color choices influence design choices.
- — Greg McVerry (@jgmac1106)Fri, Apr 13 2012 09:08:40@readywriting Finally I grab a few essays from Heller's collection in Design Literacy to talk about influence on design and message
- — Paige Morgan (@paigecmorgan)Fri, Apr 13 2012 09:55:21
- — Tanya T. Sasser (@TanyaSasser)Fri, Apr 13 2012 10:26:50@readywriting we look at lots of examples and I have Ss critique each for good/bad design then we create a list of criteria for good design
- — Melonie Fullick (@qui_oui)Fri, Apr 13 2012 10:40:00RT @readywriting: Students need classes (or at least one class) in design and aesthetics. Man, this is a great, but ugly presentation.
- Please feel free to add suggestions or @ me on Twitter (readywriting). I'll be updating this Storify as I get suggestions.
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