Friday 22nd May, 2015
12:00pm to 12:30pm
There are students who have an eye for design, and those who don’t, and who struggle with the simplest of visual design tasks. Those who can make their ideas come to life on the screen, and those who can spend an hour moving an image around and get nothing done.
By using copycatting as a teaching method, I have found a way to help both types of students improve their visual design skills and optimise their design process, especially in the layout phase. In this talk, I will share my ideas and show how I apply copycatting as a method.
Lecturer, researcher, consultant, speaker - UX, interaction design and presentation skills. Hater of bullet points.
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