Today I killed 17 spiders the size of my palm and got rewarded with imported Belgium beer by my hosts. I'm aware that my last post stated that there is much more to do in Borneo than drink beer, but after volunteering for two weeks at a retreat center at the base of Mount Kinabalu, … Continue reading Snakes, Spiders & Homework
Web-design continued. Our second assignment was to create a website wireframe. Basically a blueprint or a sketch of a website. In my case, definitely a sketch. We had to use the 10 ultimate briefing questions from our last task and fill in answers from an imaginary client. I chose my client to be a restaurant owner. … Continue reading Wireframe Mess
I moved to Vietnam from Copenhagen last week so it's been a bit hard to focus on homework, to say it mildly. Today I got myself to a cafe with decent internet, so that I can finally upload some of the learning activities we've had the past weeks. Exposure Basics We had to create a manual for … Continue reading lets catch up
We are going through color theory this week. This page shows my homework. -Create a book cover. I chose: "To the Lighthouse” by Virginia Wolf: use complementary colours to express anguish and uncertainty. I went with a more contemporary look on Virginia's classic, which you can see above. Then a discription of what RGB … Continue reading color or colour?
In this learning activity we were introduced to Typography. We were to choose two words from a list and also make up a word and a definition to it. We were then asked to create three compositions, one for each word. The composition had to express the words meaning, with the help of any means at … Continue reading Typography-Expressing Meaning
In my second practical assignment/Learning activity I had to design a packaging for rice which had to be different from what is already on the market. I had to use the SCAMPER method to develop my idea, and below is a description of my work and a poorly done sketch of the final product. (I … Continue reading Day 2. at the Market
I have been introduced to The SCAMPER method. And the Gestalt Principles. In short, the market of new ideas. Below is a small description of my work with the SCAMPER method. The Gestalt principles are saved for a Mandatory assignment, which I will write some more about next week. The seven principle ways of manipulating a … Continue reading Welcome to SCAMPER