I went back home this week. To tell the truth, I found it really hard to work at home. There were too many things
This week we had presentations of our MPP on Monday. After presenting my proposal to Al, Hannah and all my classmates,
This is the ppt of my major project proposal(MPP). I put it on issuu so that it’s more convenient to access. With me good luck on my presentation! //e.issuu.com/embed.html#24345620/50767317
This week we started our final major project (FMP). Although I already had plenty of initial ideas which could be potential subjects and topics of FMP such as emotion, memory…etc, I chose the topic that came up my mind this week.
Source: Joyce-Mood broad of Farnham In the website workshop on 26 May, I made a mood broad of Farnham and posted it on the blog of our group: UCAIF.
After finishing my work, I printed out the original version and the redesigned version of the patient education notice sheet of colonoscopy and displayed them with foam board on my desk at our studio.
Through four weeks of working, I finally finish my final outcome of the third project: Agents of Change. At first, I’d like to create a series of illustration to make brand new leaflets for patient education of colonoscopy.
I always create a structure before writing an article. It’s like the skeleton of the article and it makes me clear to know where am I while writing (it’s very easy to get lost in the sentences and words while writing). I’d like to share the structure of my writing with you, and perhaps you will find out the differences between the final written piece and this structure. Reflective Review of Semester One [Structure&Notes] Description (Introduction) Looking back, reflecting on each project (research topics), achievement, skills, struggling time, improvement learning environment (classmates, tutors…support 🙂 Evaluation What I have learnt and…
Project Proposal (Click me!) Topic: Illustration for Patient Education
“Art could be a powerful tool for explaining scientific concepts.” David Bolinsky, a Medical Illustrator and Animator, used illustration and animation as methods to explain the difficult concepts of cellular processes with his team members.