Sketching (12th printing): Drawing Techniques for Product Designers [Koos Eissen, Roselien Steur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sketching has 14 ratings and 1 review. Doaa said: الكتاب كان تغذية بصرية ممتعة جدا يقدم نصائح عن كيفيه عرض تصميم المنتجات للعميل وحتى للزبون نفسهمعظم. Sketching by Koos Eissen, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
|Published (Last):||20 September 2014|
|PDF File Size:||4.99 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||19.52 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
His teaching career Spans over a Decade.
Professor Eissen can you please share a bit about your background? How would you describe your approach to Design?
You may also like
You joined TUDelft faculty of Architecture as a lecturer and then an Associate Professor, so have you always wanted to be a Teacher or is it something that came later in your life?
Being a Professor of Industrial Design, what are things that you focus on and try to promote among the students? Know all about the publications by Prof. What is that one thing would you say that Design schools are lacking on or possibly have to improve on? Has there been any Significant change in the way Design is being taught in the schools now, compared to how it was when you graduated?
What are the other things that you are passionate about and how do they Influence your work? How often do you sketch and do you keep a Sketchbook? Are the new technologies like the 3d printing being used in your school, TUDelft? What is the best piece of advice you have heard and would like to repeat to others, possibly to the aspiring Designers out there? Now we included these books as part of our study plan bibliography.
Thanks for the interview sharing with us such great experience — going through the evolution of sketching in Design. Your email address will not be published. Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Design Designers Industrial Interview Sketches. The Delft University of Technology scouted me and wanted to have me as their youngest lecturer.
I accepted the offer and started simultaneous at the faculty of architecture and the fast growing faculty of Industrial Design. The first half-year they trained me and guided me. It was fun to be able to visit lectures from designers and well-known architects and to learn a lot more about architecture and industrial design. After 16 years of lecturing at both faculties I got a full-time teaching position as Head of the drawing department in Industrial Design.
People complained at first that it would be hardly possible to type on a screen. Good design does that: My father was actually not supporting my choice of education. At that time my brother nearly finished his university study to become a medial doctor and my father thought I would never get a decent job!
During my study I got more interested in art history, methodology and psychology. I wrote my first essay about visual communication and was attracted by design in general.
I was really interested skeching teaching design students and to push them into a higher and responsible level in design. In a workshop I experimented with fine liner and colour markers to make sketches faster and presentation drawings more impressive.
A designer of Philips and his American colleague designer inspired me. They made me decide to implement these techniques or tools aketching the drawing course.
Sketching : The Basics
It was the first time this was done in The Netherlands. So I introduced these marker-drawing techniques in The Netherlands with at the time eisseh rather toxic markers. At that time professional markers were not being sold in the Netherlands.
I had to import Magic Markers from Japan. This idea changed over time, because society changes.
Sketching : Koos Eissen :
Nowadays, sketching to ideate and explore in the preliminary design stages is far more important than nice presentation drawings. So students are now trained to make quick sketches in the ideation phase. Thankyou so much, means alot! Thanks for your contribution to design skills education!
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Stacker Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: