A degree project requires in-depth investigation, analysis and experimentation, alternate creative solutions; leading to synthesis and realization of products or systems. Here are examples of some student projects done at IDC. Farm Products Design. Consumer Products Design. Lifestyle Products Design. Design for the Physically Disadvantaged. Learning Systems Design. Environmental Design. Education Products. Interaction Design. Exploration Projects. Medical Equipment Design. Elderly Products. Public Services Design. Rural Products Design. Toy Design. Transportation Design. Animation Design. Game Design. Environment Design. Information Design. Installation Design. Interaction Design. Media Exploration. Multimedia Design. Publication Design. Signage Design. Semantics and Communication Theory. Type Design. Video / Films. Web Design
Consumer Products DesignSolar CookerWee DryerPortable Bath Support for InfantsThe Ananas Maximus KnifeA New Generation Cobweb Cleaning DeviceBottle Form Exploration for Nest Group Redesign of PerambulatorMini refrigerator Baby CarrierTea service setDishwasherAir CoolerBreakfast KitDesign of WatchesIncome EnhancementDigital CaretakerWashing MachineRedesign of RefrigeratorWater CarrierHand Held Vacuum CleanerDesign of a Combi TVDesign of a Sport Utility VehicleDesign of Cobber toolRedesign of a Hairdryer
Lifestyle Products DesignBamboo Letterform LampExploration in Ceramics: Flower Pot LightingHousehold Aquaponics SystemCeramic Products for Traditional Pottery CommunityImmersive Light ExperienceDesign of a Tea SetApplying Hydroponics to Urban LivingDigital Personal AccessoriesDisplay System for SareesLadies MobileWearable ProductsProducts in Glass and SteelDesign of Perfume BottlesWearable device for the Indian youthLighting Up With CeramicsRedesign of a Hair DryerDesign of two wheeled vehicle - for youthLighting and LifestyleRange of Shampoo BottlesDeveloping Range of Luminaires for CFLLifestyle Products - with Touch of craftLifestyle Products in Stainless SteelProducts in GlassLock DesignDesign of Luminaires
Environment DesignDesign a Vermicompost Unit For Housing Society Increasing the Biodiversity In the forest & Design for Sustainable Lifestyle Kindergarten furniture Water Quality CheckSolid Waste Management System for IIT Campus
Education Products Science kit for EklavyaDesign of Education Products for ISROMaadu - creative aid for school childrensXplore - Interactive Device for KidsPlay Objects for ChildrensFurniture for SchoolInvent - Programming Language for Kids
Hyper-text markup language Web designs are a useful tool to boost a child's imagination during a school project. Teaching children to build HTML sites builds confidence in understanding and using the Internet. Web design class projects can incorporate any number of ideas or subjects, from class work and school plays to educational games and book reviews.
Text document websites are especially beneficial for teaching children how to type, edit and display ideas. Text document designs may feature book or story reviews or original stories created by students in class. Small Planet Communications recommends having children choose a catchy title for the website, yet something that speaks to the purpose of the project. Allow children to decide on font sizes and colors. Digital graphics may be selected from online files or children may act out scenes from stories or books as exciting visual references for students to use to learn and share.
Offer students the opportunity to update their website on a regular basis to keep their skills sharp and in practice. A wise idea is to create a class Web diary. The diary may document rehearsals of a school play or the planning of a fun classroom event. Kids can upload images, send Internet invitations and blog their personal thoughts about the project as well as delete old content. These activities allow a child to experience interactive online fun and learn Web design management. Lissa Explains It All recommends assigning students roles as a Web design editor or graphics captain to encourage leadership and teamwork in building and maintaining a Web page project.
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