I shared my ideas and thoughts with a partner for feedback and constructive criticism. At the bottom of the worksheet are some ideas of other things I could create or experiment with.
I am coming to the end of the planning stage of this project and have finished writing my project proposal. My planning has helped me to come up with an idea I am confident in, effectively plan out my time so I am always organised, and think about the methods or processes I could use … Continue reading Evaluating My Planning
So far in this project, I have collected lots of research on mental health and some artists and social action projects related to this as well as began to form an idea of what my pieces will look like and what message they will convey. I have also started to experiment with some basic idea-generating … Continue reading Evaluating My Progress
This project, Design To Sell, required me to design, develop and produce a product to be sold in a pop-up shop among others works. The brief focused on making a product fit for a certain target audience. My idea was to produce a sort of greeting card aimed at young adults and teens with the … Continue reading EVALUATION
After buying the materials I needed I made my designs by hand using acrylic paint and various card and paper. Although it can be time consuming, I prefer this method of production over digital design as it is much more enjoyable for me and I'm still new and unfamiliar to digital design programs so I'm … Continue reading Making My Product