|Course description: ||Design of Digital Environments 2010
|Code: ||ITI46105 000
- Knowledge based learning outcomes
The candidate shall attain the requisite knowledge and expertise
for challenging jobs in research and development in the field.
- Skill based learning outcomes - the ability to:
- Work independently with a complex problem over a longer period of
- Analyze a problem and plan its solution.
- Construct models and implement them in digital environments.
- Master feasible planning that consider alternatives, limitations
n and time constraints.
- Collect and analyze relevant information with an ethically
healthy and critical approach.
- Present reasearch and results in a clear and comprehensive
- Communicate knowledge clearly and precisely orally and in writing.
- Express own and others reflections and solutions in the chosen
area of research.
- General competence
The program seeks to develop and maintain
academic curiosity and insight, promoting
openness, precision and discrimination
between knowledge and opinions. On
completion of the program the students
should have the ability to think
critically about central ethical,
philosophical and scientific problems in
|Overview: ||Design and Making
Value and Responsibility
A designproject to be implemented as a sketch
project after three separate design methods have
been applied and tested. The project will be
supported by advice, lectures, seminars and
|Prerequisites: ||Qualified for master's degree program
- Discovering Design, Richard Buchanan and Victor
Margolin, University of Chicago Press, 1995
- Notes on the Nature of Design, Børre Ludvigsen
- Design Methods, 2nd Edition by John Chris Jones
John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471284963
- How Designers Work,Henrik Gedenryd, Lund University Cognitive Studies 75, Lund 1998
- En bok om stygt og pent : som handler om tingenes form, vesen og innhold, og om det inntrykk de gjør på oss, Odd Brochmann, ISBN:82-02-14846-4, Cappelen, Oslo, 1994
- The Elements of Style, Strunk and White
Pearson: ISBN 020530902X
|Assessment: ||Individual assessment of course projects.