How do you get a non-designer to see the importance that design plays in their fields of study? You draw connections, you illustrate examples, you show them how design principles and processes can boost creativity and innovation in all fields of study, not just within design disciplines. The knowledge of subjects outside of personal experience, including graphic design, will enrich the education of students in any field of study. The process that designers engage to create solutions can be utilized in other professional fields. Non-designers can learn these processes by attempting their own design projects, which they are eased into by relating their own interests to their projects. Their experiences with end-user research, creative innovation and implementation, illustrate how much impact a design decision can create. By learning how design principles and practices are utilized, non-designers can use design to communicate, instigate and innovate in their own respective fields.
|Keywords:||Non-designer, Education, Design, Process, Innovation|
Assistant Professor, Art Department, Marietta College, Marietta, OH, USA
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