S&DE Atelier: Design 101
D101 teaches students a series of universal design principles that can be used for a number of tasks, such as enhancing the way a design is perceived, help people learning from a design, increase the usability and appeal of a design, and ultimately make better design decisions to create new and ameliorate existing designs. In this edition, a guest lecturer will teach a mini-course on the past, present, and future of databases. Students will learn how to understand data-intensive systems and their evolution and how to address current and future challenges of modern data management systems.
In this atelier, students will have the chance to put the principles into practice in different contexts, such as slide and presentation design. Ultimately, the students will apply the principles in a seminar work on a topic of their choice. The mini-course on databases adopts a hands-on approach where students can experiment with the latest database supporting technologies.
Self study, presentation, seminar work, hands-on
- Data Design & Modeling
- Software Design & Modeling
Will be given during the course.