PolyU Design Annual Show 2013

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VC students win prizes for mobile app and contemporary almanac design projects

Two fresh graduates of BA(Hons) in Design (Visual Communication) (class of 2012) recently received awards with their final year projects under supervision of Hung Keung, Assistant Professor of PolyU Design.

With the project “MINGLE”, Ms Karen ZHANG Xiaowen was named the winner of Honorable Mention Award of 2012 Adobe Design Achievement Awards, announced at the DesignThinkers 2012 conference in Toronto, Ontario.

Ms Quai CHAN Wing Kei, impressed the judges with a contemporary Almanac “Not a Theory”. She won the CreateSmart Young Design Talent Special Award 2012 and received a sponsorship of HK$250,000 for overseas work attachment.
Congratulations!

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Cordially inviting you to PolyU Design Annual Show 2012

What is Communication Design about at PolyU Design?

A document introducing Communication Design at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design specially for the 2012–13 intake:

  • 3-year program – for A-level JUPAS and non-JUPAS applicants
    BA (Hons) in Design (Visual Communication Design)
  • 4-year program – for DSE JUPAS applicants
    BA (Hons) in Communication Design

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PolyU Design Annual Show 2011, 1-14 June. See you soon!

The journey to good design involves the constant search of the delicate balance between simplicity and complexity, emotion and rationality, theory and practicality. At PolyU Design, students explore these major attributes before making a design decision.

Join us at the PolyU Design Annual Show 2011 to see future designers from Advertising, Digital Media, Environment & Interior, Industrial & Product, and Visual Communication disciplines turn fresh ideas into works of beauty and function.

Date: 1 – 14 June (opens daily)
Exhibition Opening Hours: 11:30 – 20:30
Opening Ceremony: 1 June 14:30 (by invitation)
Venue: InnoCentre, 72 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong

Presented by over 200 graduating students of this cohort from
BA (Hons) in Design (Advertising Design /Environment & Interior Design /Industrial & Product Design /Visual Communication Design)
BA (Hons) in Digital Media
Higher Diploma in Multimedia Design and Technology
Higher Diploma in Product Innovation Technologies

www.AS2011.info
Free Admission

A Matter of Experiences, not taking it for granted

The A Matter of Experiences Exhibition which was held at the SD Gallery for last two weeks, has concluded yesterday.

Exhibited were the works done by the year-one students of BA(Hons) in Design (Visual Communication) for the 10-week subject “Book and Publication”. The exhibits were the outcome of the first 5 weeks which covers bookmaking, toolbox or portfolio, A4/A3-size booklet and poster-booklet.

The aim of this first part of the subject is to enhance the students’ tangible experience of making a book/box with physical materials. It is a prelude, intended to strengthen their individual sensitivity for designing a book with special attention to texture, color, line, plane, form and space (printed/digital elements). Emphasis is placed on a conceptual understanding of a simple sheet of paper. This is essential for an in-depth understanding of how a sequence of papers relate to book design. Including texts and images, methods of cutting and folding, and considering time and space, all of which become the visible and the invisible elements of the works exhibited. The three assignments were to design an A4 and an A3 booklet and a poster-booklet which gives the students a practice for generating original printed publications, and for finding access to developing their own philosophy and concept for creating.

The exhibition was curated by Esther LIU, Associate Professor of School of Design.

Participants included:

CHAN Kit San
CHEUNG Chi Ling
CHEUNG Ka Po
CHONG Tak Sam
CHUN Kai Fung
HO Lut Hin
KAN Yuen Ting
LAM Oi Keat
LAM Pui Yuk
LAU Ka Man
LAU Yik Tung Alex
LEE Ching Yee
LEE Ka Man
LEE Yin Chung
LI Ting Ting
LIN Rongwei
MAK Long
PANG Ho Jing
WANG Yung
WU Yee Kwan

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Perfect closing of Annual Show 2009 (Video)

See you all in 2010!!

Perfect closing of Annual Show 2009 (Photos)

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The Show has come to an end on 13 June with everyone’s BIG Smile:)!!
The exhibitors received a lot of name cards from potential employers and supportive messages from friends.
Guys and girls, congrats to your great job!
See you next year!

Summer in Italy for our VC students

It was a pleasure to see the viscomm exhibits this year. As a marketeer I naturally look at presentation first, but the content in these projects don’t fall short of deep, intriguing thoughts. In fact it kept me revisiting for three times with the thirst to see more. As such I’m very happy to see this news from my viscomm colleague:

Dear VC Colleagues

Hello! A good news I’d love to share with you all!
Our VC students’ work (video+motion graphic) is officially selected and will have a screening at Venice Biennale 2009. yes!! This summer in Italy!

Actually, in semester two, we have invited two guests from Amsterdam to hold a DV workshop for DV Basic students. The students have eventually produced a lovely ‘motion-graphic name card’ and ‘one min cityportraits’.

Now, “Hong Kong Cityportraits” is selected and will be screening together with another 5 cities, in the Arsenale Program along with the Venice Biennale of this year.

I will update you with more infomation once I receive any news in the future!

Best wishes
HUNG Keung

So do join us to give us comments if you are planning to visit the Biennale in Italy this year!

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