Monthly Archives: February 2016

Professional practice: session 4 (Friday 19th Feb)

Reflection: what is Economic experience? An experience add value of a product, people will pay more for an experience rather than the product. Examples of economic experience Frankie & Benny’s – pay more for the experience of being in a … Continue reading

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Professional practice: Creative industries

Creative Industries (C I): advertising architecture crafts design: product, graphic, fashion film, tv, video, radio, photography IT, software, computing publishing museums, galleries, libraries Performing arts  & music Creative jobs increased  5.5% since 2013, C I provided 1,808,000 jobs across UK … Continue reading

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Professional practice

swimming pool theory relating to professional practice Steps – follow steps(apply to job, interview) Toe  dipping – trying it first Dive in – do research then diving in rushing in  – make sure you don’t miss an opportunity *AOI – … Continue reading

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Acedemic writing style and referencing 27th Nov & 4th Dec ’15

Acedemic writing avoid opinionated writing – back up points avoid first person writing (i, me) apart from writing about own writing and conclusion avoid contractions (didn’t, hasn’t, it’s) use references – at least one per paragraph Referencing website: i.e (bbc, … Continue reading

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Research & Development 17th Nov’15

How do you document your work? blog notebook sketchbooks sheets of paper photographs (photos of what you have done weekly) How are you reflective? how do you reflect? Is it successful? how often do you update blog? what if good … Continue reading

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Project ideas

After changing my first plan of a project from observational drawing to book illustration i have thought more about ideas and narrowed them down to creating illustrations for book covers with text such as book titles rather than illustrations that … Continue reading

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