The Creation Model in Image Design

DS 66-2: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Design Creativity (ICDC 2010)

Year: 2010
Editor: Taura, T and Nagai, Y
Author: Takada, Tetsuo
Section: Short Presentation C


This study visualizes the creation process for image design. In research which regards an image plastically as a concept and a thinking process, the "creative thinking" of Paul Clay can be utilized. Here, I express the image design in story formation as a dynamic image. The knowhow of various domains crosses over there. In everyday life, many people use terms such as the ‘sense of an image’ or the ‘design’ unconsciously. However, often they do not really understand the precise factors. I show the relations between various factors of the image design first, and suggest a way to visualize the creation process. The foundations of imagination are practice and reasoning. This study approaches the structure of the image design as an applied art. The value of elucidation of the structure of image design should be widely recognized.

Keywords: concept model, structure of the barrier, visualization, image design, creation model, crossover, time axis, concentration, diffusion, logline, Spatial element, time element, universality


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