Visual Design


Introduction

Visual Design is designed to enable students to gain an increasing knowledge and independence in their representation of ideas in different fields of design and to understand and value how graphic, wearable, product, and interior/exterior design invite different interpretations and explanations. 

Visual Design builds on related studies in Visual Arts Years 7-10. This course provides basic introduction to visual design which can complement study in the visual arts and other learning areas and develop knowledge and skills which can be applied in a wide range of situations. 

Students will develop knowledge, skills and understanding:

  • through the making of works in design that lead to and demonstrate conceptual and technical accomplishment.
  • that lead to increasingly accomplished critical and historical investigations of design.

 
Syllabus Resources

A syllabus is a document that gives teachers an outline of what students are to be taught in a specific learning area.

The syllabus and other supporting material for Visual Design 9-10 are available from the Board of Studies.

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