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 Creative Design for Products

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Programme Description

This programme aims to introduce students to creative skills used within the Design Industry, such as Design Thinking, Sketching and Marker Rendering, Adobe Photoshop and CAD modelling tools, to solve challenging problems we face in everyday life. Experience the Creative Design Process through project based learning and practical seminars within a British University context, whilst experiencing the Chinese Culture.

Programme directors:

Dr Jeff Yi-Teng Shih, Assistant Professor in Product Design and Manufacture, Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering

Mr. Amarpreet Gill, Design Studio Tutor in Product Design and Manufacturing , Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering

 

Tentative Schedule

There are two programmes in 2019: The first one is in 3-21 June (3-weeks), and the second one is in 1-19 July (3-weeks).

June Session

June Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week one 3 4 5 6 7
Morning Introduction day Sketching Sketching Sketching Sketching
Afternoon CAD design CAD design CAD design CAD design
Week two 10 11 12 13 14
Morning Project start Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring
Afternoon Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring
Week three 17 18 19 20 21
Morning Design layout Tutoring Tutoring Design review Feedback session
Afternoon Tutoring Tutoring

 

July Session

July Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week one 1 2 3 4 5
Morning Introduction day Sketching Sketching Sketching Sketching
Afternoon CAD design CAD design CAD design CAD design
Week two 8 9 10 11 12
Morning Project start Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring
Afternoon Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring Tutoring
Week three 15 16 17 18 19
Morning Design layout Tutoring Tutoring Design review Feedback session
Afternoon Tutoring Tutoring

 

Programme Cost

RMB20,000 including tuition, accommodation, sketching tools and coffee

 

Application and Enquiry

Please contact

Yi Teng Shih: yi-teng.shih@nottingham.edu.cn

Amarpreet Gill: amarpreet.gill@nottingham.edu.cn