PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT COURSE
DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
Create a unique professional portfolio for your design career and excel in the field of fashion and interior design. ESEDS has curated a detailed course in portfolio development to help you achieve your dream.
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This course has been introduced to the students to understand visual interpretation and representation along with practical skills to incorporate the entire gamut from concept, research, design process and technical application for design realization.
It encourages students to develop:
- an ability to record from direct observation and personal experience;
- an ability to identify and solve problems in visual and/or other forms;
- creativity, visual awareness, critical and cultural understanding;
- an imaginative, creative and personal response;
- confidence, enthusiasm and a sense of achievement in the practice of Art and Design;
- growing independence in the refinement and development of ideas and personal outcomes;
- engagement and experimentation with a range of media, materials and techniques, including new media where appropriate;
- experience of working in relevant frameworks and exploration of manipulative skills necessary to form, compose and communicate in two and/or three dimensions;
- knowledge of a working vocabulary relevant to the subject and an interest in, and a critical awareness of, other practitioners, environments and cultures;
- investigative, analytical, experimental, interpretative, practical, technical and expressive skills.
|Design Ideas & Generation
|Aesthetically pleasing & creative design
|Exploration, Research & Analysis
|Showing relevant Skills
|Advanced understanding of thematic concept
|Concepts in design process
The assessment strategy for our design courses uses a perfect balance between summative and formative assessments in order to improve skills not only on core disciplines but also in project planning and time management. Projects are concurrently conducted between all modules in order to improve students’ transferrable skills, allowing them to link skills and competencies from various domains.
An Integral part of the course is the links to profession practitioners and industries, and in particular to this unique course is the connections you will make with ethical and sustainable sectors of the design and textile industry. You will learn how traditional sustainable practices such as ‘ikkat’ textiles, hand loomed weaving, shibori, along with contemporary ethical and sustainable practices such as; ‘peace silk’ and herbal dying can be incorporated into modern contemporary design practices.
Also how organisations such as ‘blue sign’ technologies and ‘Beyond Surface Technologies’ (BST)are working with massive fashion, sports, footwear and apparel companies to create more sustainable products for the mass consumer market.
Students will learn how these important traditional skills and techniques fused with new technologies can provide a design pathway to a sustainable and ethical future.
Understanding how to communicate through portfolio as well as being aesthetically pleasing. This course is to compile all the works in a thematic way to show all the relevant skills.