lecturer of the Visual Communication Design faculty
Communication is about the exchange of information. The power of communicated information depends on selection of an appropriate medium. When both the recipient and the sender communicate in the same language which is understood by both parties, communication becomes efficient. Today, a communication designer faces new challenges. In any given design situation he or she must decide what would be the most suitable form of communication. To make the correct choice, the designer must understand the recipient of the message in order to become familiar with the recipient’s environment, their scope of activities, and their likes and dislikes. To understand the complexity of the profession of communication designer, you will conduct tasks for public benefit organisations and for partners in the public sector. During your studies, you will have an opportunity to practice efficient operation with the tools received and with circumstances including limited budgets, time constraints and other limitations. Moreover, you learn that the result of design activities is as important as the artistic form.
Project: LUNAR TRIBE: author: Katarzyna Jędrzejczyk
A photographic album presenting the diploma collection of Kinga Korbalewska and Błażej Teliński. The work consists of links to photographs that answer the questions: Who is the model? Why are they wearing these clothes? Where does he come from and where is he?
Project: MUSI: author: Ernest Warzocha
The project consists of a series of interactive devices that play a melody of the environment by interpreting space and the objects situated within it.
Project: PSIE: author: Marta Jagielska
The work was intended to suggest the possibility of developing a system of solutions to provide support to the owner in teaching a dog basic actions (e.g. walking on a loose leash) and solving problems (e.g. reacting to non-standard situations).
Project: In Between: author: Sławomir Krzyżak
The publication contains photographic collages of people subjected to subversive actions on their own bodies.
"Marinetti Cookbook" | Joanna Witek
The project is an interpretation of the content of the publication of the manifesto "Il Manifesto della Cucina Futurista", published in 1930 by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti. Manifesto of futuristic kitchen develops the iedeas contained in the Manifesto of Futurism, 1909.
What do we teach?
History of European culture
Humanistic and social sciences
History of design
Graphics & responsive