Author Archives: millie knight

The Final Snips!

here’s a quick video of the first strings to be cut as we took the exhibit down! IMG_0930 Also we were talking about conclusions and things that we would do better given another oppertunity. I think it might have been helpful … Continue reading

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Making the Jumper

just thought I’d add the process photos for making the jumper since I was summarising it for assessment –   I wanted to achieve a smooth gradient of colours from bright and warm to cold and dark. I started by … Continue reading

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New Jumper Pictures

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Jumper – progress pictures

Hello everyone – hope you all had a nice break. Sorry I haven’t been able to post any pictures sooner but I didn’t have much internet access back at home! the pictures show the colours I used ( some are … Continue reading

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Background

After our discussion on Friday we thought it might be good to look at the process of getting here. I was going to make it part of the presentation but reading Ian’s email again I don’t think we need the … Continue reading

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Presentation and Schedule to end of term

Hi everyone, just a recap of what was decided at the end of friday. We have our presentation of our exhibition piece at 11.15 on tuesday. Please can everybody be there at 10 so we can put together a pdf  … Continue reading

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Cube Results

These are the results from our cube play. These are the values that were used most: ( ‘=’ indicates ‘equal to’ or ‘used equal times’) Functional = Unique Emotional = Process Quality Styling = Ethical Contentment Response = Integrity Multidisciplinary … Continue reading

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Revised Hate/Love List

After re-evaluating the way we presented our hate love list we decided to make use of a moveable chart. The chart is circular -to visualize the different degrees to which we hate or love items. The chart is color coded … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Meeting

here’s a summary of the issues and examples mentioned on Tuesday and some of the discussion around them: 1. The Kindle we loved it because it was practical, allowed us to travel, was less wasteful to the environment and admired … Continue reading

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Design I Hate

I hate design that’s unnecessary. example: individually wrapped bananas, ‘blank’ pages – neither serves any actual or immediate use but takes time and attention to understand or unwrap. – they slightly insult the intelligence of the person interacting with them. … Continue reading

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