Defines distinct architectural features within the two main styles: Trabeated and Arcuated. Covers, Egyptian, Asiatic, Early American, Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine and Saracenic, Romanesque, Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, Gothic Architecture in Europe, Gothic Architecture in Great Britain, Renaissance Architecture in Europe, and Renaissance Architecture in Great Britain.
This course will introduce the student to the process of modeling 2- and 3-D objects with computer-aided design; the student will learn the basics of drafting by hand as well. This free course may be completed online at any time. Has PDF materials, Powerpoint lectures, YouTube videos, and more.
"Introduction to Design Inquiry explores the nature and exercise of design intelligence. It aims to open avenues for further research and, along them, to open vistas on the teaching of design and on more mindful professional design practices." These are lecture notes that are meant to be read in advance of the lectures, serving as an introduction and supplement to them.
Planner 5D is a cross platform service that allows users to create their own floor plans and interior designs. Work on projects with other users, share your project looks with your friends, add real furniture to your project from integrated manufacturers catalogs, and export high-resolution images.
MediaCollege.com is a free educational website containing tutorials, reference and other resource material in all areas of electronic media production. The site includes hundreds of exclusive tutorials covering video & television production, audio work, photography, graphics, web design and more. You'll also find utilities, reference material (e.g. user manuals), industry news and a helpful forum.
The artists’ books are finely crafted and visually stimulating works made by more than 150 presses and artists worldwide. Forming a body of information on typography, papermaking, paper engineering, graphics, bookmaking, design, and creative writing, the Artists’ Book Collection is an important laboratory for students.
"process.arts.ac.uk is an open online resource sharing day-to-day practice and research of art, design and media. The site encourages users to openly share and use creative commons licensed content and support others in doing the same."