Post B: Caddy Design Reflection

How can different design disciplines contribute to organic waste solutions?

Our team in the design of this project, the use of each person’s expertise to design the caddy design. Our team mixes product design, fashion design and design of visual communication. Different design disciplines have a different understanding of organic waste solutions. Everyone according to their own strengths and division of labour, effective to the distribution of various work. At the same time, our group is a combination of international students and local students. From different countries, the mode of thinking is also slightly different. So we focus on teaching video and paper poster design so that the audience can give a more intuitive visual experience. As our video time is relatively long, you can add some interesting things or voice to attract the reader’s attention.

Why is it important to include designers in the management of organic waste?

Designers can use the design more intuitive and concise design works. One of the designs of visual communication can be an intuitive use of visual effects to convey their views so that the theme and the concept of more clear. Designers can use less material and resources to achieve its greatest value.

What contribution does design make to thinking about systems? to changing systems? to inventing systems?11

(cover illustration:This is a part of the continually evolving lunar base concept in 1989. “This particular concept shows a cutaway of the interior of a 16 m-diameter habitation dome. The “sandbags” covering it are filled with lunar dust and provide some radiation protection. Inside are living quarters, exercise facilities, laboratories, and a hydroponic garden for growing food replenishing oxygen, and recycling water.” This example can effectively answer this question. How the designer considers the system to run and changes the system more rationally. In the fewer resources to create the greatest effect.



Gregory L, 2009, Waste Limitation Management and Recycling Design Challenge, viewed 9 May 2017,<;.







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