Eindoplevering – Francine Rebel

Naam: Francine Rebel

Studentnummer: 1635744

Specialisatie: Visual Design

Blok: D

Docent: Annemieke Pesch

Format: Mini hoorcollege

Hoofdvraag

Hoe kan een cinemagraph bijdragen aan de persuasion design van een website?

Deelvragen

  • Wat is een cinemagraph?
  • Hoe kan een cinemagraph gebruikt worden op een website?
  • Wat gebeurt er wanneer cinemagraphs geplaatst worden op een website?
  • Wat is persuasion design?

Presentatie
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Onderzoeksverslag
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Reflectie
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Synopsis – Roos Visser

Naam: Roos Visser
Studentennummer: 1655265
Specialisatie: Content

Hoofdvraag – Waarom zijn wij in Nederland (nog) niet overgestapt op mobiel contactloos betalen?
Deelvraag 1 – Welke mogelijkheden zijn er op dit moment in Nederland? Wat zijn hiervan de voor- en nadelen?
Deelvraag 2 – Wat wordt er op dit moment gedaan om het contactloos betalen te stimuleren?
Deelvraag 3 – Hoe denkt men over het mobiel contactloos betalen?
Deelvraag 4 – Wat zijn de mogelijkheden buiten Nederland?

Synopsis
In de huidige maatschappij wil men altijd alles makkelijker, sneller en toegankelijker. Technologie speelt hier een grote rol bij en ondersteunt mensen in het dagelijks leven. Je zou zeggen dat iedere nieuwe tool daarom met open armen wordt ontvangen, maar dit is gek genoeg niet het geval. Zo ook met mobiel contactloos betalen, iets wat al enige tijd bestaat, maar nog lang niet door iedereen gebruikt wordt. De vraag is dan ook: waarom niet?

Met behulp van onderzoeksmethoden wil ik erachter komen waarom dit dus nog niet het geval is. (Voorlopig) door middel van Deskresearch, Enquête, User Diary en Diepte-interviews ga ik onderzoek doen naar de kwestie. Wellicht kan ik mijzelf aan het einde van het onderzoek ook overtuigen, omdat ik tot heden nog schuldig ben aan het niet gebruiken van de betalingsmogelijkheid.

Synopsis – Yaren Cirit

What is the influence of a font and font color in a message?

As designers, we getting affected by popularity of art works. Making wrong choices causes image contamination for our works. Sometimes we are aware of it, sometimes not due to get caught in the flow trends. We believe some choices making us popular but in actual sometimes we are in the wrong way.

From my point, I want to prove those things to count what affects us. Then, we can say the message influences by font and colors. First of all, we need to look at what is behind of it. We need to ask those questions to find out: “Is it something psychological affect behind of typography?” or either “What is the right channel for communicating with font and color?” After that, we can see “What is the reality of our choices and influences in a message?”.

We need to take out some points to make in a right way so I’m gonna explain what kind of font and colors, how influences message or either artworks. I will show some right examples and some wrong examples then we can compare all works and can say which one is in right channel for communicating. I believe that, those things will show us how we should use font and color combination together.

 

 

 

Synopsis

Naam: Jelle Rijpkema
Studentnummer: 1666344
Specialisatie: UX
Blok: D
Onderdeel: Onderzoeksvraag
Cursuscode: JDE-SVIS.3V-13
Docent: Annemieke Pesch
Format: Mini hoorcollege

Zit je net lekker te studeren, weer een appje…

Tegenwoordig is WhatsApp voor een groot deel van de Nederlanders niet meer weg te denken uit onze dagelijkse communicatie: 14 Miljoen inwoners gebruiken het op dagelijkse basis (bron). Dit geeft wel aan dat het communicatie platform erg populair is, maar waarom gebruiken we het eigenlijk? Kunnen we ook met behulp van het raamwerk voor menselijke behoefte de reden voor het gebruik van de app analyseren?

Ik ga jullie meenemen in hoe de mens werkt in concentratie, waarom WhatsApp zo verslavend is en wat je er aan zou kunnen doen. Ook ga ik in op de verantwoordelijkheid van WhatsApp en hoe zij wellicht hun app zouden moeten aanpassen.

Research Questions – Yaren Cirit

What is the influence of a font and font color in a message?

  • Name: Yaren Cirit
  • Format: Mini-lecture
  • Specialization: Visual Communication Design
  • Lecturer: Annemieke Pesch

Motivation:

Nowadays, designers applying the trends of fonts and colors for their artworks without questioning. Do you think is it best way to reach your target group? Sometimes trends fonts and colors not suitable to certain artworks. Designers should be aware of it that’s why I want to emphasize what is the affects of font and color. From my point, to emphasize the best way of design, goes through right choices.

While we are making artworks, there is a psychological structure at the behind. We need to focus those things to reach right way. Communicating with right channel is the most important thing in design. We are designers, we need to aware of what we are doing exactly, the questioning is most important thing looking from another view for our artworks.

When I taking this course, I was thinking about “Have I communicated with right channel with my target group?” Then, I realise we are always focusing to trends, sometimes without questioning. I want to emphasize those things are so important making artworks. Therefore, I believe that, I can investigate the right way communicating fonts and colors. Those things are definitely affects our perspective to look artworks. With this topic, I hope I can change people minds about trends are always not a good choices and then they can realise influence of font and font color in a message.

Structure:

  1. A look into the psychology of text
  2. Communicating with right channel
  3. How to choose the right colors and fonts?
  4. How do fonts and colors can influence your audience(target group)?
  5. Right and wrong choices
  6. Conclusion

Synopsis

Can illustration change the world?


Since my first affair with illustration started, I was always intrigued by the power illustration carries and can have upon an audience or, in fact, the world.

Looking at how it can be used to sway our decision-making, opinion-forming, who we vote for, our societal preferences, the way we act and what we believe and maybe even change the course of history, thus showing just how we are manipulated by illustration and bringing examples to attention that prove my point.

However in order to discuss how illustration works in combination with those principles, we need to understand the science behind it and what makes humans make certain choices and under what circumstances are their opinions most vulnerable and easy to take advantage of.

Satirical cartoons and messages in editorial publications have always been influential at relevant times of publishing. I will look at just how they can be used to appeal or offend people and thus change perceptions. I would specifically like to bring up the illustrator of Charlie Hebdo and how his studio’s work influenced certain individuals.

Lastly mentioning the effects of illustration in the use of propaganda and political communication with links to their respective target audiences. The sense of urgency they were able to create using the aid of visuals, compelled people to act and therefore changing the course of events. Examples such as the Uncle Sam poster or even going as far back as the Join or Die poster from the age of US revolution can be analyzed to prove my point.

 

Synopsis by Laura Stoellger

How Freedom of Choice Threatens Creativity

As humans, we all seem to thrive for endless freedom and endless possibilities. This is the ideal goal or way of life in our society today. As individuals working in the creative industries, we naturally believe, that to come up with new solutions requires the same amount freedom.

Paradoxically, psychologist Barry Schwartz has made some studies, that suggest, that choice has made us not freer but more paralyzed, not happier but more dissatisfied.

I have therefore looked into the question of “What are the effects of freedom of choice on creative thinking?”, debating how much freedom is supportive of our work and at which point we may need to set limitations to ourselves in order to be as creative as possible.

Part of my research is based on Gary Kellers book “The ONE Thing”, in which he compares willpower to a resource, that is used up during the day. The more decisions we make, the quicker it is used up.

To test this theory, I have conducted a one week self-experiment, in which I have cut trivial choices out of my life, to achieve my best possible work. I will share the results with you, to come to a conclusion on how we can all make better use of our creativity.

Can illustration change the world? VISUAL DESIGN

Question:

 Can illustration change the world?

 

  • Name: KAMIL KOWALCZYK

  • Format: Mini-lecture/Documentary

  • Specialization: Visual Communication

  • Lecturer: Annemieke Pesch

Motivation:

Since my first affair with illustration started, I was always intrigued by the power illustration carries and can have upon an audience or, in fact, the world. Looking at how it can be used to sway our decision-making, way we act and what we believe and bringing examples that work to attention would be my strategy.

I believe this is a question that many aspiring illustrators such as myself, have been studying and wondering about. I would like to access as many points of view as I can regarding this subject and gain professional insights from books, interviews, seminars and history/development of art.

Seeing as I am myself an aspiring illustrator, studying the CMD course, I would like to know more about this subject, as it falls in the bracket of Communication Media Design as a discipline of visual communication, art and design.

 

Sub-questions:

  • Can we be manipulated or change other’s opinions by illustration?
  • Do circumstances of a given illustration affect its effect?
  • Does challenging views drive change?