Chapter Two: Design

2.1 Chapter Overview This chapter presents a summary of the the review of literature regarding the subject of design and captures various aspects and thoughts on this. Various thoughts, process and research particularly related to the design process are explored. This chapter encompasses the definitions, characteristics, discussions and applications of design. It is intended that…

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The colour theory

Colour theory is a practical guide to colour mixing and the visual impacts of colour combinations. In Scientific terms colour is light, and light is composed of many colours-those we see are the colours of the visual spectrum: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. When light hits an object, that object reflects certain wavelengths…

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Distribution Channel Design

Distribution Channel Design Channel design facilitates the flow of goods from the manufacturer to the end-user. Hutt and Speh (2007) defined that, the link between the manufacturer and the customer is the distribution channel. The purpose of the distribution channel is to distribute the product from manufacturer to the end user to the right time…

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Aspects of wicked problems

Introduction When facing a design problem, designers need to consider a wide range of factors to ensure that it is as successful as possible. When a design problem is ill-defined a wicked problem arises, which complicated the process more. Sustainability is a very important consideration when designing. It’s also important that designers understand the role…

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What is white space?

What is white space? White space, also recognized by most as negative space, is the unmarked space between graphics, texts, and margins. To be precise, it is basically all spaces that possess absent of contents. Sandy Wheeler argued that, most people do not understand the role of white space and often consider them simply as…

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Logistics network design

LOGISTICS network design is concerned with the purpose of the number and site of warehouses and manufacturing plants, allocation of customer demand, distribution of warehouses to production plants. The best configuration must be able to deliver the goods to the customers at the least cost (commonly used objective) while satisfying the service level needs. In…

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Symbolism & Iconography

The use of symbols and icons predates human spoken and written languages. In his book, Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art, Scott McCloud (1993) defines an icon as “any image used to represent a person, place, thing, or idea.” While a symbol is an “image we use to represent concepts, ideas, and philosophies” (p. 27).  He also…

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Production Planning Incorporate with Job Rotation and Work

Thesis/Project Title: Production Planning Incorporate with Job rotation and Work Injury by Multi-Objective Criteria Courses Taken/Grades: Course Name Grade ME 460 Automation and Robotics in Manufacturing 84 ME 887 Introduction to Microsystems 85 ME 886 Advanced Engineering Design Methodology 88 BIOE 898 Special Topic 88 STAT 845 Statistical Methods for Research 90 GSR 960 Introduction to Ethics…

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Michael Kors vs Guccio Gucci

American vs. Foreign Designer Michael Korsvs. Guccio Gucci Showroom Headquarters: Showroom Headquarters: 11 W 42nd St. New York, NY 10018 Via Mecenate, 79, 20138 Milano, Italy Written by: Irene Vastardis Table of Contents: Their Importance 4 Michael Kors Importance . 4 Gucci’s Importance 4 Background of Designers .. 5 Michael Kors Early Life 5 Launching His Career…

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Study on the Usability of Semiotics in Graphic Design

Abstract. Currently, The current flat design has become a mainstream approach is widely used in web design, computer and mobile phone systems, interface design. In graphic design, graphic symbol design is increasingly being taken seriously and use minimalist design symbols often appear in print design plane, PPT presentations, public areas, identity-oriented system like. This paper discusses…

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Political, Social, and Ethical Ideologies on Graphic Design

Mythology vs. Modernity Political, social, and ethical ideologies on graphic design in the twentieth century Abstract The following dissertation will discuss whether mythology or modernity had the greatest impact upon the political, social, and ethical ideologies that were closely linked to or had an influence upon graphic design and artistic culture during the twentieth century.…

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The DebaPhosphoglucose Isomerase (Pgi) Locus in Butterfly Populationte on GM Crops

The Debate on GM Crops  PRINT Benjamin Killick Modelling the evolution of the phosphoglucose isomerase (Pgi) locus in butterfly metapopulations: project proposal. Background: Metapopulation theory, as developed by R. Levins in 1969, concerns the dynamics of metapopulations, which consist of several distinct local populations that exhibit some degree of interaction and occupy isolated areas of suitable…

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