L6- Stop being Fair

Campaign against ‘to be fair’ As a response to the feedback of the ‘everything about one thing’ project, it was suggested that I should choose a subject for another project that would interest me. To get me motivated again and also promote a quick response, I have decided that I would pick a subject matter thats a …

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L6- Students need Lemons

Project outline Recently I have discovered the benefits of the lemon from a simple conversation with a friend. She told me that lemons are amazing in the fact they have benefits both inside and outside our bodies. The examples she gave me were Aids in digestion freshens breath removes bad smells from clothes At this …

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L6- Under the Spectrum nm

The brief “Whether it’s at school, work or in social settings, people with autism are often misunderstood. They often suffer discrimination, intolerance and isolation, resulting in many feeling excluded from everyday society.” NHS Choices 2011 I have been given the task brief to create piece of informative design that teaches a selected audience about autistic spectrum …

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L6- Dinner Brief- Famish

The objectives of the brief is to: Decide on a menu, and dress our table and ourselves in response to the research into the 2 given research areas. We are given a selected subject and an item from a list, that will inform our research as a group. Our given subject and object to research …

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Research

1. Research into previous or current groups that look into or promote/ raise awareness of social communion Social Cohesion in Diverse Communities- An exploration of the relationships between new and established communities in ethnically diverse neighbourhoods. http://www.jrf.org.uk/publications/social-cohesion-diverse-communities Ethnic difference and community relationships are under greater scrutiny following the 2001 disturbances in the North of England and …

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Finished Article

Understanding Society’s Fixation with Body Image  This article is set out to evidence that human attraction is not subjective to individuals and that we all have a certain process of measuring attraction that is hard wired into our brains. The article will firstly discuss societies recent fixation with body image and why people believe that …

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New Brief

Background “Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles not tears”. John Lennon Brief Create a campaign that brings a sense of community to built up areas of Britain. Design an object or tool that will bring people together, to socially interact with each other and bring trust and care in their …

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Creative Responses Bibliography- Task 2

Ramesh, R. (2012). Unhappiest people in Britain not always the most deprived, says report. Available: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2012/nov/20/unhappiest-people-not-most-deprived. Last accessed 26th Apr 2014.  No Name. (2013). Denmark Is Considered The Happiest Country. You’ll Never Guess Why.. Available: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/22/denmark-happiest-country_n_4070761.html. Last accessed 27th Apr 2014. None. (2012). Happiest people in the world!?. Available: http://www.visitdenmark.co.uk/en-gb/denmark/art/happiest-people-world. Last accessed 27th Apr 2014. NILLES, M. (2012). Technology is Destroying the …

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Final development/ making of final Idea

From research and development, I have come to a critical design decision for my final piece. I want my audience to subconsciously connect with my final piece by illustrating the golden ratio geometric shape which the mind uses to work out human attractiveness. I will extract these geometric grid structures found through my research, leaving …

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