Part time Course in Design in Sao Paulo in Brazil

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A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

With the growth of digital media, design jobs are in high demand. If you are good with technology and have an eye for designs, masters program in design could be for you.

Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil, is the largest country in both South America and the Latin American region. It is the world's fifth largest country, both by geographical area and by population, with over 193 million people.

It’s the largest city in Brazil, and this has seen a system of numerous public and private higher education learning centres. Some of the globally recognized universities such as University of Sao Paulo, Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo and Sao Paulo State University are located here.

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Extension Course In Basic Jewelry

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Sao Paulo
Campus Part time 48 hours April 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The course features one of the oldest crafts of mankind: the jewelry. With an innovative methodology that involves structuring and creativity, the course provides knowledge of various metallurgical techniques, welding and finishing. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Design in Sao Paulo in Brazil. THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught The course features one of the oldest crafts of mankind: the jewelry. With an innovative methodology that involves structuring and creativity, the course provides knowledge of various metallurgical techniques, welding and finishing. Start date: September Weekdays: 2nd and 4th fairs Time: 19h-23h Load Time: 48h Goal: The course is aimed at technical understanding of jewelry, giving the student the opportunity to carry to practice their ideas; understand the difficulties and limitations of craft production; and also create concepts that help in their future creations. Scenario: Today there is a big movement in industrial jewelery production towards increased use of software for the development of the work, which for artistic production is great. As technological processes take more space in the industry as opposed artisanal processes are increasingly valued and sought after by people who not only seek price but seek the possibility of having and being unique. Contents: - Cutting techniques, lime, sanding and drilling - Screed Ring - Screed Pendant - Ring abaloado - Structures in wire Material: Listing materials available at time of enrollment. Quorum: The formation of classes and the beginning of the courses depend on quorum, to ensure the best experience for all participants. The IED SP reserves the right to postpone or cancel the course if you do not get a quorum. Coordination: André Caperutto André Caperutto is an architect, artist and jeweler with extensive production from various metals and stones since 1997. He served as designer Mirandouro Jewelry and Cow Design and architecture, and has exhibited his works at Flavio Franco Atelier, Space Gallery Paludeto and Feninjer. It was selected to design and develop the trophy "Brazilian Women" Network awards woman looked prominent female personalities. Has extensive knowledge about the manipulation and adjustment of metals, Brazilian stones and crystals. [-]

Extension Course On Design Thinking

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Sao Paulo
Campus Part time 36 hours April 2017 Brazil São Paulo

Oxygenate the corporate structure of using a business model through design that addresses indeed an innovation culture in the process of creating and managing (Design Thinking). [+]

THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught Oxygenate the corporate structure of using a business model through design that addresses indeed an innovation culture in the process of creating and managing (Design Thinking). Starts: September Weekdays: 3rd fairs Time: 19h-23h Load Time: 36h Goal: Oxygenate the corporate structure in using a business model through design that addresses indeed an innovation culture in the process of creating and managing (THINKING DESIGN). Innovation is unrelated to see the world as it is but as it could be. The thought of design as a strategic tool, focused on innovation that is vital and is assuming an increasingly important role in day to day business. Contents: - Design Panorama focused on companies that use design as innovation; - What is Design Thinking? - Design human-centered - consumer experience - Process design thinking in business - Application exercises of Design Thinking and Design Quorum: The formation of classes and the beginning of the courses depend on quorum, to ensure the best experience for all participants. The IED SP reserves the right to postpone or cancel the course if you do not get a quorum. Coordination: Hulk Giannelli Hulk Giannelli is formed by the faculty of Industrial Design (design) FAAP in 2000, majoring in Industrial Design at IED - European Institute di Design (2012). Founder of HULKdesign - development of products and processes (2012). Founding partner of nodesign (2000-2009), development manager of new concepts / projects. Winner of numerous awards such as Idea, MCB, IF and Sansung. Currently lectures and workshops in the area of ​​innovation. Expert analyze the design of the optics of its production chain, from raw materials to delivery to the customer, using common analytical tools in management systems as PBS, Benchmark, chart, among others. [-]

Extension Course In Coolhunting - Trends, Consumption And Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Sao Paulo
Campus Part time 48 hours April 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The course aims to develop the spirit of observation and perception applied to the analysis of Coolhunting and present the work methodology for research and trend analysis transmitting a fairly broad view of the subject and the marketing context where they apply. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Design in Sao Paulo in Brazil. THIS PROGRAM IS IN PORTUGUESE Taught The course aims to develop the spirit of observation and perception applied to the analysis of Coolhunting and present the work methodology for research and trend analysis transmitting a fairly broad view of the subject and the marketing context where they apply. Starts: September Finish: November Weekdays: 2nd and 6th fairs Time: 19h-23h Hours: 48 hours Goal: Enable the student to plan and execute research trends based on Coolhunting methodology and focused on their market interest. Stimulate the sensitivity and interpretive ability of the student, using semiotics of knowledge, design and multidisciplinary approaches. Audience: The course has practical application to strategic areas of professionals (planning, branding, positioning, segmentation, style) and also more tactical areas (design, development, procurement, execution, etc.). Scenario: In an increasingly globalized, massified and standardized market, know the trends is a way of seeking differentiation, update or even innovation. Demand for preferences research services is growing, mainly by its strategic character, which makes it possible to anticipate and differential standards for products, services and brands. Contents: - The contemporary setting and research trends - Trends: theoretical definitions and applications to the market - Anthropology of consumption: manifestations and meanings - The semiotic method: how to interpret signs and trends - diffusion processes of a trend - Research methodology: the coolhunting - urban safaris and immersions practices - Changing trends in strategies Quorum: The formation of classes and the beginning of the courses depend on quorum, to ensure the best experience for all participants. The IED SP reserves the right to postpone or cancel the course if you do not get a quorum. Coordination: Bruno Pompey Bruno Pompey's publicist, graduated from the School of Communications and Arts (ECA-USP), Doctor and Master of consumption, communication and semiotics at the University of São Paulo (USP-PPGCOM). Operates since 2004 in the trend market research, participating regularly practice and conceptual elaboration of the Trend Observatory, the Ipsos institute. Responsible for the Ibope institute semiotic studies, also participated in the preparation of the annual report Brazil: Context and Trends. He teaches graduate of Istituto Europeo di Design - IED São Paulo, which is also responsible for an extension course in Coolhunting. [-]