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Creative Workshop: Teacher's Guide

Creative Workshop: Teacher's Guide

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Published by David Sherwin
This e-book is an accompaniment to "Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills," published in Nov. 2010 by HOW Design Press.

"Creative Workshop" contains 80 creative challenges that will help any designer reach a breadth of stronger design solutions, in various media, within any set time period. Exercises range from creating a typeface in an hour, to designing a paper robot in an afternoon, to designing web pages and other interactive experiences. Each exercise includes compelling visual solutions from other designers and background stories to help designers increase their capacity to innovate. Read the first 24 pages of "Creative Workshop" at http://www.scribd.com/doc/42672850/Creative-Workshop

Before the book, however, there was a quarter-long class where design students had to complete 80 projects in just 11 weeks. This Teacher's Guide describes the pedagogical methods behind the book, how to create your own Creative Workshop class or workshop series, as well as how to utilize challenges from the book most effectively in a classroom setting. This text is intended for teachers of design and creative thinking, but it may also be helpful for designers and creative managers.
This e-book is an accompaniment to "Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills," published in Nov. 2010 by HOW Design Press.

"Creative Workshop" contains 80 creative challenges that will help any designer reach a breadth of stronger design solutions, in various media, within any set time period. Exercises range from creating a typeface in an hour, to designing a paper robot in an afternoon, to designing web pages and other interactive experiences. Each exercise includes compelling visual solutions from other designers and background stories to help designers increase their capacity to innovate. Read the first 24 pages of "Creative Workshop" at http://www.scribd.com/doc/42672850/Creative-Workshop

Before the book, however, there was a quarter-long class where design students had to complete 80 projects in just 11 weeks. This Teacher's Guide describes the pedagogical methods behind the book, how to create your own Creative Workshop class or workshop series, as well as how to utilize challenges from the book most effectively in a classroom setting. This text is intended for teachers of design and creative thinking, but it may also be helpful for designers and creative managers.

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WORKSHOP
creative
teacher’s guide
DAVID SHERWIN &MARY PAYNTER SHERWIN
 
CONTENTS
build upon this work! .............. 3introduCtion: what dodesign students need? ............. 5using Creative workshopin a Classroom setting ...........13teaChing the Challenges:Foundation .............................. 21exeCution .................................30materialit ..............................42instruCtion ..............................49observation .............................. 52innovation ...............................55interpretation ........................62 about the authors ................... 71get the book ............................72y
based on a design by Grace Ring, HOW Design Press
 
3Build Upon this Work!
This e-book is an accompaniment to
Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills 
,published in November 2010 by HOW Design Press.The print book contains 80 creative challenges thatwill help any designer reach a breadth o strongerdesign solutions, in various media, within any set timeperiod. Exercises range rom creating a typeace inan hour, to designing a paper robot in an aternoon,to designing web pages and other interactiveexperiences. Each exercise includes compellingvisual solutions rom other designers and backgroundstories to help designers increase their capacityto innovate.This e-book was written to work in concert with
Creative Workshop 
. It is a work in progress, intendedor teachers o design & creative thinking, but it mayalso be helpul or designers and creative managers.I you have any updates or improvements to the ideascontained here—or i we made a mistake—we’d loveto incorporate your input and promote your thinkingto the greater design community. And i you’vecreated a challenge and tried it out with others, we’dlove to consider it or a uture
Creative Workshop 
book.Write us at david@changeorderblog.com.
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The material contained in this eBook is©2011 David and Mary Sherwin. It is oeredunder a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 UnportedLicense or use internationally. The ull detailso the license can be ound here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/To quickly summarize the license:You are ree to…
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You must attribute the work in themanner specifed by the author or licensor(but not in any way that suggests that theyendorse you or your use o the work). Pleaseprovide attribution back to the authors asollows: “From
Creative Workshop: A Teacher’s Guide 
by David and Mary Sherwin, http://www.CreativeWorkshopTheBook.com”
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You may not use thiswork or commercial purposes. I you’dlike to, you’ll need to contact us at david@changeorderblog.com or permission.
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