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3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

A graphical model is a visualization of an idea, often created on paper. Graphical models are used to communicate ideas to design team members, the client an the manufacturer.   Sketching or freehand drawings are spontaneous representation of ideas on paper...
3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

Third angle orthographic projection is a good way to show construction details and sizes of a concept, usually there will be at least 3 views of the concept in 2D to allow the idea to be seen from multiple angles     Orthographic drawings can also be drawn...
3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

Perspective is 3D drawing that realistically represents an object by using foreshortening and vanishing points . The vanishing points can vary in number to create different types of drawing. Perspective drawings take into account spatial arrangements, for example,...
3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

Graphical models are used to communicate to oneself and others how a concept will look in terms of form and size. Designers use a range of freehand drawings in the early stages of developing ideas to explore shape and form (3D) and constructional details (2D).  ...
3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

This is a great article from Gizmodo covering the whole development process of a Transformer Toy.  You may want to refer back to this in later Topics (Topic 7: UCD) as testing the product with children is explained in detail later in the article.  We can also see...
3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

Graphical models are used to communicate design ideas. How graphical models are used to communicate with oneself and others. IB Syllabus core   Core77 gives us an insight into digital sketching. Luckily, these days, it is easy to experiment with new apps and to...