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Upcoming Design Courses

For the most up-to-date information, consult the UW Time Schedule.

Please note: Due to space and resource limitations during the regular school year, we are unable to offer studio courses to non-matriculated students. Non-matriculated students are welcome during summer quarter. Auditors are not allowed in studio courses.

Autumn 2016

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
aut DESIGN 207: Design Drawing

Concentrates on developing skills used to communicate ideas that exist in the imagination. Focuses on study of design drawing history and development of basic skills necessary for ideation, exploration, communication, explanation. Prepares students to visualize and discuss ideas rapidly and professionally. For design majors only.

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A - 13456 JT Milhoan T Th 14:30-16:20
aut DESIGN 207: Design Drawing

Concentrates on developing skills used to communicate ideas that exist in the imagination. Focuses on study of design drawing history and development of basic skills necessary for ideation, exploration, communication, explanation. Prepares students to visualize and discuss ideas rapidly and professionally. For design majors only.

AA - 13457 Scott Tsukamaki F 08:30-09:50
aut DESIGN 207: Design Drawing

Concentrates on developing skills used to communicate ideas that exist in the imagination. Focuses on study of design drawing history and development of basic skills necessary for ideation, exploration, communication, explanation. Prepares students to visualize and discuss ideas rapidly and professionally. For design majors only.

AB - 13458 JT Milhoan F 10:00-11:20
aut DESIGN 210: Collaboration And Improvisation

Introduces key factors in the theory and practice of creating and participating in collaborative projects. Focuses on creating and participating in effective teams, understanding strengths and roles within teams, working through team issues, developing techniques for interdisciplinary problem solving. Prerequisite: DESIGN 207.

VLPA
A - 13459 Sarah Reitz M W 14:30-16:20
aut DESIGN 210: Collaboration And Improvisation

Introduces key factors in the theory and practice of creating and participating in collaborative projects. Focuses on creating and participating in effective teams, understanding strengths and roles within teams, working through team issues, developing techniques for interdisciplinary problem solving. Prerequisite: DESIGN 207.

AA - 13460 Sarah Reitz F 08:30-09:50
aut DESIGN 210: Collaboration And Improvisation

Introduces key factors in the theory and practice of creating and participating in collaborative projects. Focuses on creating and participating in effective teams, understanding strengths and roles within teams, working through team issues, developing techniques for interdisciplinary problem solving. Prerequisite: DESIGN 207.

AB - 13461 Sarah Reitz F 10:00-11:20
aut DESIGN 265: Topics In Design: What is Design?

Revolving topics class that addresses the thinking, skills, and creative motivations that drive the practice of design.

VLPA
A - 13462 Axel Roesler T Th 15:30-16:50
aut DESIGN 316: Introduction To Industrial Design

Introduces the fundamentals of 3-D design with emphasis on analytical and intuitive approaches to problem solving, technical skills, and form development. Prerequisite: DESIGN 207; DESIGN 211.

VLPA
A - 13470 JT Milhoan T Th 08:30-11:20
aut DESIGN 319: Advanced Design Drawing

Advanced visualization and drawing using traditional and computer-aided approaches. Prerequisite: DESIGN 207 AND 211.

VLPA
A - 13471 M W 16:30-19:20
aut DESIGN 365: Developing Solutions In Design

Revolving topics class that concentrates on learning in specific areas where design can be used to resolve contemporary issues.

VLPA
A - 13472 Christopher Ozubko M W 11:30-14:20
aut DESIGN 376: Typography

Explores how meaning, hierarchy, and legibility are affected by typographic contrast, organization, and composition. Prepares students to create dynamic compositions with type, understand how type is used as an image/conceptual visualization, understand the nuances/techniques involved in a professional typesetting, and develop vocabulary. Prerequisite: DESIGN 209.

VLPA
A - 13473 Annabelle Gould T Th 12:30-15:20
aut DESIGN 376: Typography

Explores how meaning, hierarchy, and legibility are affected by typographic contrast, organization, and composition. Prepares students to create dynamic compositions with type, understand how type is used as an image/conceptual visualization, understand the nuances/techniques involved in a professional typesetting, and develop vocabulary. Prerequisite: DESIGN 209.

VLPA
B - 13474 Annabelle Gould T Th 08:30-11:20
aut DESIGN 383: Foundations Of Interaction Design

Focus on human-to-product interaction and ways we perceive, understand, and experience the world in regard to objects, environments, or on-screen controls/information. Prerequisite: DESIGN 215.

VLPA
A - 13475 Axel Roesler T Th 11:30-14:20
aut DESIGN 443: Materials And Manufacture In Industrial Engineering

Analyzes materials used in mass-produced products, focusing on how these materials impact product design and on finishing quality of products. Emphasizes materials research and manufacturing processes. Team-based research with multi-media report-out at end of quarter. Prerequisite: DESIGN 211; DESIGN 212.

VLPA
A - 23144 Dominic Muren T Th 08:30-11:20
aut DESIGN 445: Advanced Industrial Design

Emphasizes solving problems through the manipulation of design theory, application of human factors, appropriate combination of materials and manufacturing techniques, and presentation of concepts. Prerequisite: DESIGN 318.

VLPA
A - 13476 Jason O. Germany M W 08:30-11:20
aut DESIGN 466: Publication Design

Stresses the research, development, organization, design, and presentation of a complex printed document, such as a journal, annual report, or large publication. Addresses all aspects of design, content, image creation, and production through a quarter-long project. Prerequisite: DESIGN 368; DESIGN 378.

VLPA
A - 13477 Yen, Jayme T Th 08:30-11:20
aut DESIGN 481: Field Studies: Design Research Techniques

Students develop an understanding of significant theoretical models related to design through a series of readings, lectures, discussions, and assignments. Prerequisite: DESIGN 383.

VLPA
A - 13478 Smith, Michael P. T Th 08:30-11:20
aut DESIGN 488: Portfolio Preparation

Focuses on developing the tools to create a successful transition between academia and professional practice as a working designer. Credit/no-credit only.

VLPA
A - 13479 Christopher Ozubko T T
aut DESIGN 495: Design Internship

Internships for undergraduates in conjunction with design faculty and business partners in the design community. Credit/no-credit only.

A - 13480 to be arranged -
aut DESIGN 499: Individual Projects-Design

Independent projects in design.

B - 13481 to be arranged -
aut DESIGN 501: Graduate Student Teaching Mentorship

Independent study for graduate students to work under the direction of a faculty member as they prepare for and teach an undergraduate class. Credit/no-credit only.

A - 13482 to be arranged -
aut DESIGN 581: Graduate Seminar In Design

Addresses critical issues in design through research, writing, presentations, and discussion.

A - 13483 Norlen, Linda C M 11:30-14:20
aut DESIGN 582: Design Graduate Studio

Explores a range of ideas and influences in the context of applied design.

A - 13484 Tad Hirsch W 11:30-14:20
aut DESIGN 582: Design Graduate Studio

Explores a range of ideas and influences in the context of applied design.

B - 13485 to be arranged -
aut DESIGN 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 13486 to be arranged -
aut DESIGN 700: Master's Thesis A - 13487 to be arranged -

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