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 Students are asked to form a group with a max size of 3 persons. Students are asked to form a group with a max size of 3 persons.
  
-The task is to develop the concept for a design project that results in either the prototype of a plastic product, or an object that relates to one of the topics discussed in class. You are free to position your project to be either //​artistic//​ and contain elements of awareness, or, to make a //​functional//,​ new productthat one generation ​will give to the next. The material to be used for a  final prototype will be recycled plastic. There will not be any budget for the realization of the prototype. Students have to follow the design process, following the steps outlined below:+The task is to develop the concept for a design project that results in either the prototype of a plastic product, or an object that relates to one of the topics discussed in class. You are free to position your project ​on a scale to be either //​artistic//​ and contain elements of awareness, or, to make a //​functional//,​ new product. The goal is that the result will not be thrown into the trash by your grandchildren once you die. The project should be given from one generation to the next. The material to be used for a final prototype will be recycled plastic. There will not be any budget for the realization of the prototype. Students have to follow the design process ​discussed in class, following the milestones ​outlined below:
  
-  * Creation of a mood-board. Here are some mood-board examples from the last years, with the relating results: [[:​design_fundamentals#​pictures|Shunsuke'​s radio]], [[:​uvf17_projects#​squishy_sound|Squishy Sound]], [[:​uvf17_projects#​audiloid|Audiloid]]:​+  * Milestone 1: Creation of a mood-board. Here are some mood-board examples from the last years, with the relating results: [[:​design_fundamentals#​pictures|Shunsuke'​s radio]], [[:​uvf17_projects#​squishy_sound|Squishy Sound]], [[:​uvf17_projects#​audiloid|Audiloid]]:​
  
 {{:​mood_board.jpg?​direct&​300|example for radio}}{{:​mood_board_example_2.png?​direct&​300}}{{:​mood_board_example_3.png?​direct&​300}} {{:​mood_board.jpg?​direct&​300|example for radio}}{{:​mood_board_example_2.png?​direct&​300}}{{:​mood_board_example_3.png?​direct&​300}}
  
-  * Creation of a conceptual ​visualisation ​of your idea. This could be a hand scribble of your artisti ​work, a computer ​visualisation ​using your favourite ​software, or a photoshop ​visualisation. You are free to choose. +  * Milestone 2: Creation of a conceptual ​visualization ​of your idea. This could be a hand scribble of your artistic ​work, a computer ​visualization ​using your favorite ​software, or a photoshop ​visualization. You are free to choose. The result should be understandable and give a clear perspective on your intentions
-  * The following steps are the improved prototypes ​of your final project+  * Milestone 3: Iterative improvements ​of your prototype
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