EXPLORATIONS OF DESIGN BY DIGITAL & REMOTE EDUCATION
Digital Education had been catalyzed by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The sudden shift from the traditional classroom to the remote and digital classroom hasn’t been easy. The radical change in how a class is conducted wasn’t something that is prepared by many universities or education institutions. Despite the availability of technology, from several article reviews, design education had been one of the disciplines that suffers from being fully remote and fully digital. However, the author argued that design exploration within design education is still plausible. This article hopes to share the efforts made by the author and team of lecturers in conducting Studio Utama 2 (Main Design Studio 2) in the Visual Communication Design program in Universitas Pelita Harapan. By exhibiting the methods and also reflections on how the class is conducted, the author hopes to open discussions and also inspire others on embracing digital & remote education for design.
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