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Designing
with
Colour
1 代写

    Semester
1
2013
–
Unit
of
Study
Outline
    1
    FACULTY
OF
ARCHITECTURE,
DESIGN
AND
PLANNING
    Unit
of
Study
Outline
    DAAE2005:
Designing
with
Colour
1,
    2013
    Designing
with
Colour
1  代写
    Credit
Points:

 
 6
    Unit
of
Study
Coordinator:
Wendy
Davis,
wendy.davis@sydney.edu.au
    Instructor:
 
 
 Jo
Elliott,
joelene.elliott@sydney.edu.au
    1.
INTRODUCTION


    Designing
with
Colour
1  代写
    All
design
decisions
involve
decisions
about
colour
within
the
fields
of
architecture,
    applied
design
and
art.
This
unit
presents
knowledge
about
colour
theory
as
well
as
    research‐based
information
about
colour
and
associated
topics
that
can
be
used
in
    design.
Information
and
knowledge
about
colour
can
vary
in
quality
and
reliability,
    which
is
demonstrated.
Students
apply
their
skills
and
knowledge
about
colour
    theory
and
colour
design
in
the
assignments
of
this
unit.

    This
unit
covers
the
processes
of
colour
vision
and
other
aspects
of
visual
    perception.
It
also
explores
colour
application
from
the
Pre‐history
period,
as
well
    as
selected
colour
theories
of
the
Renaissance
period
through
to
the
21st
century.
    Common
colour‐related
constructs
and
the
application
of
these
in
art,
architecture
    and
design
are
discussed.

    2.
ACADEMIC
CONTENT
    Aims:
Students
will
demonstrate
a
through
understanding
of
the
knowledge
presented
in
learning
    modules.
They
will
be
able
to
critically
analyse
colour
and
its
relationship
to
design.

    Outcomes:
Learning
outcomes
are
the
key
abilities
and
knowledge
that
will
be
assessed
in
this
unit.
    See
assessment
summary
table
below
for
details
of
which
outcomes
are
assessed
where.
Outcomes
    are
listed
according
to
the
course
goals
that
they
support.
    Problem‐
solving,
design,
and/
or
planning
(Level
2)
    1.
Colour
design
analysis
and
evaluation
(Assessed
in
Critical
analysis,
Report
)
    Theoretical,
social
and/
or
historic
engagement
(Level
1)
    2.
Various
aspects
of
colour
theory
(Assessed
in
Critical
analysis,
Report
)
    Graduate
Attributes:
    Information
literacy,
learning
and
research
skills
    Semester
1
2013
–
Unit
of
Study
Outline
    2
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
use
information
    effectively
in
a
range
of
contexts
and
create
new
knowledge
and
understanding
through
writing
and
    literacy
skills
and
the
process
of
research
and
inquiry.
    Technical
skills
and
knowledge
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
use
engage
with
and
    draw
upon
extensive
technical
knowledge
and
skills
effectively,
efficiently
and
professionally
across
a
    range
of
contexts
and
disciplines.
    Documentation,
techniques
of
representation
and
communication
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
recognise
and
value
    communication
as
a
tool
for
negotiating
and
creating
new
understanding,
interacting
with
others,
    and
furthering
their
own
learning.
    Design,
planning
and
problem
solving
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
critically
and
creatively
    design,
innovate
and
solve
problems
using
diverse
skills
and
knowledge
in
a
range
of
contexts.
    Theoretical,
social
and/or
historic
engagement
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
be
able
to
critically
and
    contextually
draw
upon
an
extensive
body
of
historical
theoretical,
social
and
political
knowledge
    when
thinking
through
ideas
and
issues.
    Professionalism:
Social
and
environmental
ethics
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
hold
personal
values
and
beliefs
    consistent
with
their
role
as
responsible
members
of
local,
national,
international
and
professional
    communities.
    Professionalism:
Collaboration
and
practice
    Graduates
of
the
Faculty
of
Architecture,
Design
and
Planning
will
have
an
understanding
of
    collaborative
practice
and
professional
procedure,
financial,
legal
and
practice
management.
    3.
ASSESSMENT
TASKS
    ASSESSMENT
SUMMARY
    Assessment
    Name
    Team‐
based?
 Weight
 Due
 Outcomes
    Assessed
    Essay
 No
 
50%
 22/4/13
11:59pm
 1,2
    Critical
Analysis

 No
 
50%
 7/6/13
11:59pm
 1,2
    ASSESSMENT
DESCRIPTION
    Assignment
1
‐
(50%)
Essay
    “Colour
meanings
and
symbolic
associations
are
not
universal
and
often
vary
among
individuals
as
    well
as
across
different
cultures
and
sub‐cultures.”

    •  Write
a
750‐word
essay
conveying
your
understanding
of
a
particular
colour
and
how
it’s
    meaning
can
vary
amongst
individuals,
cultures
and
or
sub‐cultures.

    •  Use
High‐quality
scholarly,
evidence‐based
information
to
support
your
information.

    •  Submit
as
a
fully
referenced
(APA
format)
essay
of
no
more
then
750
words.

    •  Assignment
1
Due
22
April
11:59pm
    Semester
1
2013
–
Unit
of
Study
Outline
    3
    Assignment
2
‐
(50%)


    Report:
Critical
analysis
of
colour
application

    This
assignment
develops
the
student’s
ability
to
research,
critically
analyse
&
discuss
information
    relevant
to
colour
theory
&
application.
Students
are
to
select
an
existing
example
of
architecture,
    art
or
applied
design
of
their
choice
(graphic,
interior,
product,
textile,
urban
design,
etc).

    •  Choose
at
least
three
topics
studied
in
this
course
that
are
relevant
to
your
example
and
    discuss
why.

    •  Use
the
table
below
for
some
ideas
or
discover
your
own
topics
    •  Identify
any
weaknesses
or
strengths
in
the
colour
design
that
help
or
hinder
your
example
–
    Why?

    NOTE:
The
aim
of
this
assignment
is
to
demonstrate
your
understanding
of
the
information/
readings
    for
this
course.
Choose
your
example
wisely.
    •  Submit
as
a
fully
referenced
(APA
format)
essay
of
no
more
then
1000
words.

    •  Assignment
2
due
7
June
11:59pm
    Topic
suggestions 
    Colour
Notation

 Colour
&
cultural
differences
    Colour
&
symbolic
association
 Categories
of
Colour
    Examining
the
Attributes
of
colour

 Colour
Forecasting
    Theories
Applications
Techniques
–
Prehistory
 Theories
Applications
Techniques
–
Middle
Ages
    Theories
Applications
Techniques
–
Renaissance

 The
Experience
of
Colour
    Visual
Perception
&
Colour
 Perceptual
Effects
    Colour
&
Human
Response
 Colour
Therapy
&
Colour
Psychology
    Theories
of
Colour
of
18 th 
and
19 th 
Centuries
 Colour
Theories:
20 th 
to
21 st 
Century
    Colour
Models
&
Common
Constructs

 Colour
Harmony

    Seven
Types
of
Colour
Contrast
(Itten,
1961)

 Colour
Combination
Techniques
    LATES
SUBMISSIONS
 
    Designing
with
Colour
1  代写
    Late
submissions
of
assignment
will
not
be
accepted
without
a
genuine
reason.

    ASSESSMENT
FEEDBACK
    Assessment
feedback
provided
within
three
weeks
of
final
submission
date.
Written
feedback
will
be
    provided.
    Grade
 Description
    High
    Distinction
    85‐100
    Work
of
outstanding
quality
on
the
learning
outcomes
of
the
subject,
which
may
be
    demonstrated
in
areas
such
as
experimentation
with
materials,
techniques
and
    processes,
ability
to
interpret
diverse
sets
of
ideas
and
practices
into
creative
works,
    criticism
and
ability
to
analyse
and
reflect
upon
research.
This
grade
may
also
be
    given
to
recognise
particular
originality
or
creativity.
    Distinction
    75‐84
    Work
of
superior
quality
on
the
learning
outcomes
of
the
subject,
demonstrating
a
    sound
grasp
of
content,
together
with
efficient
organisation
and
selectivity.
    Credit
 Work
of
good
quality
showing
more
than
satisfactory
achievement
on
the
learning
    Semester
1
2013
–
Unit
of
Study
Outline
    4
    74‐65
    outcomes
of
the
subject,
or
work
of
superior
quality
on
a
majority
of
the
learning
    outcomes
of
the
subject
    Pass
    50
‐
64
    Work
showing
a
satisfactory
achievement
of
the
learning
outcomes
of
the
subject.
    INC
 Work
showing
a
satisfactory
achievement
and/or
quality
on
the
more
important
    learning
outcomes
of
the
subject,
with
an
unsatisfactory
(but
close
to
satisfactory)
    achievement
on
one
learning
outcome
of
the
subject,
but
insufficient
to
continue
in
    higher
subjects
for
which
the
subject
is
a
prerequisite.
    Fail
    1‐50
    Work
showing
an
unsatisfactory
achievement
of
one
or
more
learning
outcomes
of
    the
subject,
and
not
qualifying
for
the
grade
of
conceded
pass.
    5.
STUDY
COMMITMENT
    6
elearning
hours
per
week
    54
hours
of
independent
study
expected
during
the
term.
    6.
RESOURCES

    There
is
an
elearning
site
for
DESA1005,
which
can
be
accessed
at
https://elearning.sydney.edu.au.
    Documents
including
this
Unit
of
Study
Outline
and
various
support
materials
are
available
for
    download,
and
the
site
will
be
updated
across
the
semester.
Please
check
it
regularly. 
    NOTE
ON
RESOURCES
    The
required
readings
of
this
course
are:

    There
are
no
prescribed
texts
for
this
course.
Relevant
readings
will
be
provided
online.
    7.
ENROLMENT
REQUIREMENTS

    ASSUMED
KNOWLEDGE
    none
    Designing
with
Colour
1  代写
    PREREQUISITES

    none
    8.
SCHEDULE
    Since
this
is
a
self‐directed
unit,
the
weekly
schedule
is
merely
suggestive.

Students
can
progress
    through
the
learning
modules
at
their
chosen
pace,
as
long
as
assignments
are
submitted
by
the
due
    dates.

    Week
 Topics
 Assessment
    1
    4
March
    Module
1:


    Evaluating
Information
&
Colour
Notation
    2
    11
March
    Module
2:


    Cultural
/
Symbolic
Associations
&
    Categories
of
Colour
    3
    18
March
    Module
3:
    Examining
Attributes,
Colour
Forecasting
    and
Prehistory
    4
 Module
4:
 
    Semester
1
2013
–
Unit
of
Study
Outline
    5
    25
March
    Middle
Ages
and
Renaissance
    1
April
 Easter
break
 
    5
    8
April
    Module
5:
    Colour
and
the
Human
Response
–
Part
1
    6
    15
April
    Module
6:
    Colour
and
the
Human
Response
–
Part
2
    7
    22
April
    Module
7:
    Colour
Theories
Models
and
Constructs
–
    Part
1
    Assignment
1
Due
22
April
11:59pm
    8
    6
May

    Module
8:
    Colour
Theories
Models
and
Constructs
–
    Part
2
    9
    13
May
    Module
9:
    Colour
Theories
Models
and
Constructs
–
    Part
3
    10
    20
May
    Module
10:
    Colour
Application
and
Techniques
–

    Part
1
    11
    27
May

    Module
11:
    Colour
Application
and
Techniques
–

    Part
2
    12
    3
June
    Designing
with
Colour
1  代写
    Assignment
work
    Assignment
2
due
7
June
11:59pm
    9.
LEARNING
&
TEACHING
POLICIES
    All
Faculty
Policies
and
Procedures
apply.
    LATE
SUBMISSION
POLICY:
    For
information
on
aspects
such
as
late
submissions,
appeals,
etc,
Students
should
be
referred
to
the
    faculty
webpage
http://www.arch.usyd.edu.au/CS/forms.shtml
    PLAGIARISM
AND
ACADEMIC
HONESTY:

    The
role
of
the
University
of
Sydney
is
to
create,
preserve,
transmit
and
apply
knowledge
through
    teaching,
research,
creative
works
and
other
forms
of
scholarship.
The
University
is
committed
to
    academic
excellence
and
high
standards
of
ethical
behaviour
as
the
cornerstones
of
scholastic
    achievement
and
quality
assurance.
The
University
requires
all
students
to
act
honestly,
ethically
and
    with
integrity
in
their
dealings
with
the
University,
its
employees,
members
of
the
public
and
other
    students.
    The
University
of
Sydney
is
opposed
to
and
will
not
tolerate
Plagiarism.
    It
is
the
responsibility
of
all
students
to:
    1. Ensure
that
they
do
not
commit
or
collude
with
another
person
to
commit
Plagiarism;
    2. Report
possible
instances
of
Plagiarism;
and
    Semester
1
2013
–
Unit
of
Study
Outline
    6
    3. Comply
with
the
policy
and
procedure.
    The
University
will
treat
all
identified
cases
of
student
Plagiarism
seriously,
in
accordance
with
    the
policy
and
procedure,
and
with
Chapter
8
of
the
University
of
Sydney
By‐Law
1999
(as
amended)
    which
deals
with
Student
Discipline.
http://sydney.edu.au/architecture/CS/plagiarism.shtml