Mood Boards

 Standard  Assessment Context Client Meeting Mood Boards Elements Stakeholders Description Design Brief Specification

You need to go back to your client to find out what design era they want you to focus on for the design work. You are going to do this in the form of visual mood boards, so your client can SEE what the design eras that you are suggesting look like.



You will work in pairs to create the mood boards and each pair will focus on a different design era so your client will see images from all 5 on offer.

As you can see, they are all very VISUAL

In your pairs, make sure you collect a wide range of things from your design era :-
  • Posters
  • Fashion
  • Furniture
  • Jewellery
  • Architecture
  • Pottery
  • Glassware
As well as including things like colours, textures, scenery, lettering styles ....
Give a good feel about what the design era looks like.


Pacific / Maori
Industrial revolution / steampunk
Art Deco
Japanese
Star Wars




Don't worry if the design era that you get to make a mood board for is not the one you are most interested in.