Explorative Design: Develop Your Style Rapidly and Sustainably | Rich Armstrong | Skillshare

Explorative Design: Develop Your Style Rapidly and Sustainably

Rich Armstrong, Product Designer

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24 Lessons (3h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:48
    • 2. Explorative Design: The Who

      1:41
    • 3. Explorative Design: The Why

      2:50
    • 4. Explorative Design: The What

      3:06
    • 5. Explorative Design: The How

      4:11
    • 6. Explorative Design: The But

      2:43
    • 7. Explorative Design: Conclusion

      1:54
    • 8. Exploring With Constraints: The Why

      3:56
    • 9. Exploring With Constraints: The What

      10:03
    • 10. The Simple Style

      3:30
    • 11. Doing It Together

      11:18
    • 12. Doing It Together: Simple Simple

      10:27
    • 13. Doing It Together: Sneaky Square

      12:21
    • 14. Doing It Together: Double Trouble

      13:00
    • 15. Doing It Together: Odd One Out

      14:14
    • 16. Doing It Together: The Stretch

      15:38
    • 17. Doing It Together: A Hero Of Shapes

      16:49
    • 18. Doing It Together: Rectangle Rigidity

      12:07
    • 19. Doing It Together: The Cheater

      13:22
    • 20. Doing It Together: The Piano

      12:08
    • 21. Doing It Together: An Abstract Movie Poster

      10:30
    • 22. When Am I Done?

      5:54
    • 23. Do It Yourself

      1:50
    • 24. Conclusion

      1:18
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Project Description

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Theory and practice are often worlds apart. I’m hoping you’ll learn a lot, and lot quicker, through getting your hands dirty – I know I do!

With that in mind, for this class' project I want you to follow along and create a set of posters based on the constraints of each exercise, and then share them here on Skillshare for other students to take a look at and comment on.

Alternatively, you can create your own pieces that are based on a style you're wanting to develop.

Remember to share your work and take us through your process. You can upload your work as you go, or all at once at the end. I'll try leave feedback on your project here on Skillshare, but if you want to get my attention on Instagram or Twitter, tag your work with #taptapkaboomstudent or mention me – my handle is @taptapkaboom

Also, check out other students' work and leave some feedback!

And lastly, have loads of fun! I'm looking forward to what you create :)

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