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Ready for remix
Lectures, files and 'source material everywhere'. Ready for #WSAmacd students to remix.

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WSAadm Course Bits
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WSAmacd recorded sessions 2012-2013
Lectures and workshops recorded as part of the MA Communication Design 2012-2013

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A painting created by a projection from acetate
Using the acetate previously I projected the image onto a white wall and then painted over the image using black paint. I covered areas using grey toner, but left the skin of the faces and the cat so that the eye was drawn to them. Images around were created by other people within my course.

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ARTD6063 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES 4
The module takes as its starting point the assumption that as future artists, designers and professionals in the creative industries you will be future producers of visual culture. You will be introduced to some of the core theoretical issues that underpin the production of visual culture including questions of what an image is, how it works, its relationship to ideology and theories of representation. Please contact Gordon Hon if you have any questions before selecting the module. G.Hon@soton.ac.uk

Profile PictureMrs Amanda Bragg-Mollison
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ARTD6064 ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Module Profile & Video from the option module convener of Entrepreneurship Please contact Ian Solway if you have any further questions prior to making your selection. I.A.Solway@soton.ac.uk

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ARTD6071 RESPONSIBLE DESIGN 4
Module Profile

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ARTD6072 GLOBAL MARKETING
PG Option module, Global Marketing To equip students with contemporary knowledge and practical skills in a challenging global environment. To examine global marketing content in a critical way, with an emphasis on the relationship between content, management and medium. To critically analyse various global marketing plans and strategies and the ramifications of contemporary approaches on global marketing in a context of art and design. To understand how global marketing management operate, taking into account its two main branches being advertising and public relations. Module convener email; .Aqeel.Ahmed@soton.ac.uk

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ARTD6084 DISPLAY:INTERPRETING THE LANGAUGE OF DESIGN
Please contact the tutor Dr Jonathan Faiers for any further information j.faiers@soton.ac.uk

Profile PictureMrs Amanda Bragg-Mollison
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Design Audit Project
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Espresso Demo
This is a rough 1 take demo on basic editing - but I managed to replicate a bug so uploaded for Developers to view. Please download the video for better quality.

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Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma
This image was found on creative commons. Some rights are reserved, the image is by Simon Vanherweghe. The original artwork is from Cosmogramma by Flying Lotus, a musician. This piece is of a particular importance to my project as I found the use of field lines very interesting, I am also in awe of this type of illustration and its a great album.

Profile PictureMr Ben Woodmansee
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Interim Show - Group C
We just met up at 12pm on 24th Feb. and discussed about our assignment.

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Jodie Dean – WSA Talk
This is video link to Jodie's talk: Exploitation in Communicative Capitalism from earlier this year which deals critically with blogging in relation to free-market economy.

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Knit upload
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MANG6242 DIGITAL MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS
Tutor message about the module & Module Profile to help inform you about this option module. Please contact Dr Julia Wolny if you have any further questions about the module before selection on J.Wolny@soton.ac.uk

Profile PictureMrs Amanda Bragg-Mollison
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My Nana And Me
This is a picture of my Nana and me in 1993 when she came to visit Devon from Edinburgh.

Profile PictureMiss Olivia Rowe
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Sainsbury's live well for less
Profile PictureMiss Qin Zhang
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The Legacy of Jackson Pollock
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Timberland
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ePub written assignment and pitch details
As discussed on Friday's MACD + ADM session.

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Ethics and Graphic Arts
Discussion of ethical issues pertaining to communication design

Profile PictureMr James Branch
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Research and Blogging
What is research? What is visual research? Visual research and the creative enquiry Connecting Studio Practice and Skills and Research Comms Skills Examples of Graphic Arts blogs

Profile PictureMr James Branch
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Visual research and visual analysis
Understand representation and basic semiotic theory i.e. signs, meaning and myth Use visual analysis to decode an image

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WSAmacd handbook (InDesign file for remix)
The 'raw' design file available for remix, detournemnet, culture jamming and pal(y)giarism.

Profile PictureMr Paul Caplan
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Audio of What is the consumer? What is the reader? lecture
Audio of What is the consumer? What is the reader? lecture delivered by Dr Cui Su and Paul Caplan as part of #WSAmacd and #WSAadm remix course

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how to knit with part/hold buttons
domestic knitting machine tutorial

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How to do a quick cast on.
Domestic knitting machine tutorial.

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how to change a needle
domestic knitting machine tutorial

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how to change colour
domestic knitting machine tutorial

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how to do a 2 colour punchcard
domestic knitting machine tutorial

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how to e wrap cast on
machine knitting tutorial

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how to transfer stitches
domestic knitting machine tutorial

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how to use the tuck function on a punchcard.
domestic knitting machine tutorial

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A Communication Design Handbook Vol 1 21012-13 iBooks/iPad version... PDF export
One of the things about Apple's walled garden iBooks system is the only way to share what you've created in iBooks Author is via the iPad or a PDF preview... So, for those of you who haven't got an iPad... but don't try clicking on the videos or the slideshows.

Profile PictureMr Paul Caplan
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User Experience (a hidden barrier) in OER
More Open Education Resources (OER) and learning environments are being created and starting to mature and there are a number of barriers to learning and creator participation. One often overlooked barrier that has been given less attention, especially within OERs, is user experience (UX). UX is the way a person feels about using a product, system or service. We are creatures with emotional needs and, in the rush to get great content open and available sometimes the usability, the wow factor and good design principles get left by the wayside. I will demonstrate ways to think about UX for your OER and learning environments and why this is an important factor in helping engage learners with our educational materials. ‘The real payoff comes when we can make that remarkability last. When we can make people continually feel our work is worthy of discussion. When—for weeks, months, maybe even years— the people who engage with our work continue to sing its praises to everybody they meet’– (Jared Spool in Walter, A. Designing for Emotion). Walter, A. (2011) Designing for Emotion, A Book Apart. http://www.abookapart.com/products/designing-for-emotion

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Who is the consumer? Who is the reader?
Lecture video slides and also the audio files

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WSAmacd/WSAadm Remixing business
Lecture for MA Communication Design and MA Advertising Design Management students

Profile PictureMr Paul Caplan
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research proposal ikea in the loop of Indian market
prospect of Ikea considering Indian market

Profile PictureMr Avinash Kumar
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