代写finance business management assignment essay 作业 论文

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

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

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