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Architect - AS91069


Level 1 Design and Visual Communication.
AS91069


Standard Description



You will be designing a presentation poster to promote the work of an architect.

  • The work is split into a series of tasks.
  • These tasks are listed along the top of the page, on the grey task bar.
  • When you have completed these tasks, your work will be assessed against this Achievement Standard :-


Level 1 Design and Visual Communication

AS91069
Version 4
Promote an organised body of design work to an audience using visual communication techniques.
   
 Internal  4 credits


This project also enables you to get 4 literacy credits.




What does the Standard Mean?



Click on the buttons here and and do the activities on the links.
 
https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1ZXSFaTlrp7KjnuS5gkvQo3Jd8xjOOFDi5Zl23ELF_II/edit
 
https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1iloVFpPe3iXzrR3lt6nYo42CW7pgV_Wopv0sIsHPSXs/edit
 
https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1MTHgzI2PuSehXlRHCkWXHDgBY8uzHFr0vZSxDFNIWq4/edit


Exemplars


Look at these exemplars from work done at Tamaki College 


Look at this link to the NCEA site for their exemplars for this standard




Breaking down the Standard



Architect Poster

AS91069

Promote an organised body of design work to an audience using visual communication techniques

4 credits - Internal



Standard

What does it mean?

What will you do?

Resources

Achieved

Promote an organised body of design work to an audience using visual communication techniques.


selecting and presenting the features of an organised body of work to an audience.


Promote - present the work in some way


Organised - different parts working together as a whole


Body of work - more than one piece of design work by your chosen designer


Visual communication techniques - effective presentation of ideas using a range of methods - sketching, use of colour and tone, analysis … both drawn by hand and on the computer

  • Research pictures and information about your chosen architect.

  • Highlight which key pieces of information you will use in your poster design.

  • Use thumbnail sketching techniques to start to design the layout of your poster.

  • Develop your design work using a computer application - making sure you are using a few examples of the designers work, not just one.

  • Analyse the effect you have created with your layout developments.

  • Produce a final poster using Adobe Illustrator.

  • Write a final evaluation analysing your final poster.


Collecting images


Collecting information


Highlighting the important information


Layout exercise


Drawing thumbnail sketches


Design Development


Final Design





Merit

Clearly promote an organised body of design work to an audience using visual communication techniques.


purposefully selecting and applying techniques to ensure layout, composition and visual impact are appropriate to the context of the brief and audience.


Clearly - easily seen and understood


Purposefully - with thought, not by accident


Select - choose from a number of options of techniques


Layout - how things are arranged


Composition - how the design is made from separate parts and how they work together.


Visual Impact - how the design looks and the effect it has

Achieved plus :-

  • Explain why you have chosen the images you have on your designs.

  • Produce a write up that summarises the life and style of the architect’s work.

  • Analyse your thumbnail sketches as to how you have arranged your layout.

  • Use design language in analysis of work.

  • Explain how design elements have been used to achieve the design developments.

  • Final design is very clear to understand, to read, to see. It gives a clear explanation of the architect’s work to someone else.





Producing the write up


Using key design terms to analyse a poster


Analysing thumbnail sketches


Writing design development analysis


This level also depends on the quality of your work and on you showing your understanding of your Architect.

Excellence

Effectively promote an organised body of design work to an audience using visual communication techniques.


communicating a high quality presentation that is convincing, shows accuracy of layout, visual impact, and precise execution of techniques.


effectively - does the intended job very well


convincing - the evidence is there that your architect’s work has been taken into account in the layout of your poster.


accuracy - correctly laid out, with no errors.


execution - the method you chose to produce your poster

Achieved and Merit plus :-

  • Analyse the key points of the architect’s work and use these to explain their style.

  • Use the style of the architect’s work to influence the design of the poster.

  • Use design elements well in the layout of the design work.



Key points and analysis


This level also depends on the quality of your work and on you showing your understanding of your Architect.