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DNB213 Wearable Products

This unit introduces wearable product design for the purposes of enhancing the user experience within a given context. It provides knowledge and skills to design interactive wearable products. It focuses on demonstrating the use of micro-controller technologies and rapid prototyping techniques for the purposes of designing wearable devices that enhance the user experience within a given context. This unit is in the developmental stage of your course and it is preferred (but not a requirement) that you have completed design foundation units, tangible media or textiles and technology units prior to enrolling in this unit. This unit provides you with opportunities to build, develop and apply creative design proficiency in the context of wearable product design.

Unit information

Unit code
Creative Industries Faculty
Industrial Design
Study area
Credit points

Dates and locations

Teaching period Dates Locations
Semester 2, 2020 20 July 2020 - 13 November 2020 Gardens Point
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Previous study requirements

Completion of 72 credit points of study
Assumed knowledge
Introductory understanding of design and/or textiles and/or technology is assumed knowledge.

Guide to previous study requirements

To enrol in this unit, you must have completed these prerequisite units (or have credit, advanced standing or exemption for them), or be able to demonstrate that you have equivalent background knowledge.
You can’t enrol in this unit if you have completed any of these anti-requisite units.
To enrol in this unit, you must have already completed these co-requisite units, or you must enrol in them at the same time.
You can’t enrol in this unit if you have completed any of these equivalent units.
Assumed knowledge
We assume that you have a minimum level of knowledge in certain areas before you start this unit.

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