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    Ethics and Graphic Arts
    Discussion of ethical issues pertaining to communication design

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    Research and Blogging
    What is research? What is visual research? Visual research and the creative enquiry Connecting Studio Practice and Skills and Research Comms Skills Examples of Graphic Arts blogs

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    Visual research and visual analysis
    Understand representation and basic semiotic theory i.e. signs, meaning and myth Use visual analysis to decode an image

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    MA Communication Design Handbook Vol 1 21012-13 Kindle version
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    MA Communication Design Handbook Vol 1 21012-13 PDF version
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    MA Communication Design Handbook Vol 1 21012-13 ePub version
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    WSAmacd handbook (InDesign file for remix)
    The 'raw' design file available for remix, detournemnet, culture jamming and pal(y)giarism.

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    Audio of What is the consumer? What is the reader? lecture
    Audio of What is the consumer? What is the reader? lecture delivered by Dr Cui Su and Paul Caplan as part of #WSAmacd and #WSAadm remix course

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    how to knit with part/hold buttons
    domestic knitting machine tutorial

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    How to do a quick cast on.
    Domestic knitting machine tutorial.

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    how to change a needle
    domestic knitting machine tutorial

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    how to change colour
    domestic knitting machine tutorial

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    how to do a 2 colour punchcard
    domestic knitting machine tutorial

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    how to e wrap cast on
    machine knitting tutorial

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    how to transfer stitches
    domestic knitting machine tutorial

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    how to use the tuck function on a punchcard.
    domestic knitting machine tutorial

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    research proposal ikea in the loop of Indian market
    prospect of Ikea considering Indian market

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    A Communication Design Handbook Vol 1 21012-13 iBooks/iPad version... PDF export
    One of the things about Apple's walled garden iBooks system is the only way to share what you've created in iBooks Author is via the iPad or a PDF preview... So, for those of you who haven't got an iPad... but don't try clicking on the videos or the slideshows.

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    User Experience (a hidden barrier) in OER
    More Open Education Resources (OER) and learning environments are being created and starting to mature and there are a number of barriers to learning and creator participation. One often overlooked barrier that has been given less attention, especially within OERs, is user experience (UX). UX is the way a person feels about using a product, system or service. We are creatures with emotional needs and, in the rush to get great content open and available sometimes the usability, the wow factor and good design principles get left by the wayside. I will demonstrate ways to think about UX for your OER and learning environments and why this is an important factor in helping engage learners with our educational materials. ‘The real payoff comes when we can make that remarkability last. When we can make people continually feel our work is worthy of discussion. When—for weeks, months, maybe even years— the people who engage with our work continue to sing its praises to everybody they meet’– (Jared Spool in Walter, A. Designing for Emotion). Walter, A. (2011) Designing for Emotion, A Book Apart. http://www.abookapart.com/products/designing-for-emotion

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    WSAadm Handbook 2012-13
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    WSAadm Timetable 2012-13
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    Who is the consumer? Who is the reader?
    Lecture video slides and also the audio files

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    WSAmacd/WSAadm Remixing business
    Lecture for MA Communication Design and MA Advertising Design Management students

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