DDP- Drawing for Design & Production

DDP is a project based course focusing on fostering creative approaches to design problems and learning to communicate your ideas through technical drawing.

OUR PROJECTS

PROJECT TITLE

I’m a paragraph. Double click me or
click Edit Text to make it your own.

PROJECT TITLE

I’m a paragraph. Double click me or click Edit Text to make it your own.

PROJECT TITLE

I’m a paragraph. Double click me or
click Edit Text to make it your own.

OUR PROJECTS

Traveling Chess

Orthographic Projection

Plywood Chair

Car Cup Organizer

Section Drawings

Pictorial Drawings

Packaging Container

Auxiliary Drawings

Reverse Engineering

Exploded View Drawings

Paper Airplane

Transistion drawings and developments

Introduction Content

Design Process

Brainstorming

Form Follows Function

Principles and Elements of Design

Design Brief How To

Design Brief Blank

Lettering Background

How to Letter

 

Traveling Chess

Orthographic Projection

Laser engraved board

 

Plywood Chair

Pictorial Drawing

Pictorial Drawing

Assembly Drawings

Car Cup Organizer

Section Views

Herman Miller Formwork

Section Views

Packaging & Containers

Reverse Engineering

Paper Airplane

Transition Drawings

Transition drawings use drawings as a way of telling a simple set of directions. They illustrate in detail sequential steps so the end user can follow along.

Common symbols of transition drawings include arrows and simplified versions of tools.

* Create one page of hand drawn arrows. At least 20 different varieties.

The company Ikea is a great example for transition drawings in use today. Look at the below examples.

When Ikea uses drawings as their primary communication tool with their directions they eliminate the need for translations into different languages and confusion of parts. 

Ikea also includes an "assembly man" in front of their directions to show what tools and materials the user will need in each step.

* complete a drawing of an "assembly man" of your design. Have them show 3 tools that someone may need for a DIY project.

 

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