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Major Projects on the BSc Computing Multimedia and Design and the BDes Design and Communication will vary in nature and subject. There will be short films, animations, graphic design for print, adverstising campaigns, industrial design projects, web design projects, mobile phone projects, Director presentations for education and a variety of other items.
When all is done in May and the projects are displayed for assessment and for the show the good projects wil stand out because: Continue reading →
Module Description: (Extract from course document)
The course develops skills in the area of interactive design and media.
To develop basic grounding in the use of interactive media applications together with knowledge and expertise which contribute to the design process using human computer interactive guidelines. Continue reading →
DES107, Imaging, Mark Cullen, MF116, Tue, 9.15 (L) 13.15 (p)
DES109, Intro to Commnucation Design, Marty McCarthy, MG229, Wed 13.15
DES311, Information Design, Conann Fitzpatrick, MB127, Tue 9.15
DES302, Moving Image, Vinny O Callaghan, MQ213, Mon 13.15
DES506/512, Anthony Hutton and Co, MQ213, Thursday 9.15 (Tutorial times to be arranged)
The degree show opening night will be Friday June 1
All work needs to be up and fully presented and working by Friday 18 May.
May 18 is the effective DEADLINE
All doors will be locked at 5.00pm. Assessment of work will then take place with Internal and External examination teams. No further access will be allowed until assesment is completed.
Students of Major Project modules DES506/DES516 should meet in MQ213 at 9.15 on Thursday 01/02/07 Week 1.
Justin Magee was lead applicant in 3 successful bids for HEIF 8 funding, securing £15K. The projects included
‘Spinal imaging’- development of a computer algorithm for 3D analysis of the spine (collaboration with Art and Design and Health Science).
‘Re-designing the wheel’- a think pot for new product innovation with industry, led by the schools of Creative Arts and Business.
‘Games design Master class’ – A 12 week games design training course for students and staff using Instinct Technologies games engine. (collaboration with Engineering)
Mark Cullen was co-applicant on 2 of these awards. Robin Hodge was co-applicant on one.
3D design students (2nd year) on the BDes Design and Communication course sweep 1st and 2nd place for the second year running in the Faculty Innovation Generation Competition. Phil Murphy’s invention entitled ‘Designing Well-Being: Eazi Grip – Arthritis grip & support’ secured a well deserved 1st place, while Daire Irwin (2nd) impressed the panel with his ‘innovative light switches’. Will these guys go on to compete and perhaps win the £25K awards? Watch this space. Well done to all the students who entered the competition- feedback has been very positive.
I will be giving a seminar in Letterkenny IT on wed 31 Jan, 1.30, room 1404
This seminar will be an exploration of mobile phone technology and the convergence between the mobile internet and the PC internet. There will be a focus on the architecture of web based mobile phone applications and the technical constraints, challenges and opportunities in that area. There will also be a bit of speculation.
At last I have got around to adding a visitor counter on the FoyleArts.net site. See who is visiting us.