GRD339: Packaging and Prototypes

Credits 3
Course Length
4 weeks
The Packaging and Prototypes course explores the use of design theory in relation to projects that align to the current design industry. Utilizing case studies as reference, students will design and iterate project work to meet identified client parameters. Their work will evolve toward a portfolio-ready prototype that both meets industry standards and elicits their creative resourcefulness and craftsmanship. Exploring packaging applications, students will survey the realms of dieline construction, basic concepts of paper engineering, and best practices in prototyping and modeling to assist in the ultimate delivery of their projects. Research, visual analysis, and project management are also integrated in building a fully considered portfolio-focused project.

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