Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

Department of Industrial Product Design

Course Contents

Department of Industrial Product Design
Course Content

1. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6GRTTBA107 -

Formation of light and color, color theories, color interaction, complementary colors, color separation, psychological and cultural connotations of color, individual works and presentations.

1226

6GRTTBA101 - Basic Art Education-I

The content includes the recognition of the line, point, texture, form, shape, three-dimensional figures and colour elements.

1436

6EUTMAU101 - Constructive Drawing-I

Introduction to constructive drawing, drawing insruments and their use, lettering, line types, drafting papers and standard sizes, title blocks, scales, international standards, geometric constructions, first-angle and third-angle projection, dimensioning, auxiliary views, intersections, sections, machining symbols and working drawings, isometric drawing, oblique drawing.

3036

6UYDING101 - English-I

Grammar and vocabulary teaching; basic reading and writing lessons; basic listening and speaking practices.

2022

6EUTMAU103 - Introduction to Design

Introduction to basic design. Description on design elements and design principles Concept sheet, harmony, contrast, balance, figure and ground relation, etc. Composition,texture, movement,human figure and scale. Visual Perception and Illusion. Gestalt. Visual design. Abstraction. Metamorphosis. Relations between space and form: Works on cube, deduction. Art movements and artist cubes. Works on conceptualization, book design.Works on environmental installation. Object design.

3036

6UYDATA101 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Reforms-I

In this course, ideas and principles during the birth and development of modern Turkey are discussed.

2022

6UYDTDL101 - Turkish Language-I

World languages, historical periods of Turkish, phonetical and structural features of Turkish.

2022
Total1461730
2. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6GRTTBA102 - Basic Art Education-II

The major elements of art include point, line, form, shape, colour and three dimensional figures.

1436

6EUTMAU106 - Construction Methods of Materials Based

Materials; properties, classifications, usage patterns, surface treatment methods, basic formatting methods and application areas are explained in detail. Examples of successful designers are given.

1226

6EUTMAU102 - Constructive Drawing-II

Isometric Drawing. Cavalier – Oblique Drawing. Single-point and two-point perspective drawing. Intersections and developments. Screw, bolts and nuts. Representation of threaded fasteners. Surface finish symbols. Linear and angular measurement tolerances. Limits and fits. Form and position tolerancing. Assembly and detail drawings.

3036

6EUTMAU104 - Design-I (Project-I)

This course will consist of one or more industrial design projects where students will undertake advanced design processes that focus on specific aspects of design problems for consumer products, services, or systems. Students will produce convincing explanations and arguments using virtual models and visual presentations of their concepts.

2446

6UYDING102 - English-II

Grammar and vocabulary teaching; basic reading and writing lessons; basic listening and speaking practices.

2022

6UYDATA102 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Reforms-II

Political reforms, legal reforms, educational and cultural reforms, economic reforms, social reforms, Atatürk’s principles, Atatürk’s foreign policy, Turkey in the World War II, Turkey between 1950- 1960.

2022

6UYDTDL102 - Turkish Language-II

Word groups, structure of sentences, sentence types, expression mistakes.

2022
Total13101830
3. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6EUTMAU203 - Anthropometric Design

This course contains the basic principles related to human resources. Anthropometric covers the biomechanical, physiological, psychological principles related to the product design and help out the application of these principles to products.

2024

6UYDBTK101 - Applications of Information Technologies

Basic concepts of computer, usage of internet, Windows 7, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint.

2022

6EUTMAU205 - Design-II (Project-II)

This course consists of one or more intermediate level industrial design projects. Students will undertake design processes, to a moderate degree of technical detail, that focus on specific aspects of the design problem for consumer products. Students will produce convincing models and visual presentations of their design concepts.

2445

6EUTMAS050 - Elective Course-I

2025
6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6UYGOYT001 - English Reading and Writing Techniques

Reading activities, vocabulary building activities, practice on comprehension skills, sentence and paragraph writing activites

2023

6EUTTBA201 - Model Construction Techniques-I

The students will explore the range of materials and products avaliable for use of the professionai designer and they will be able to use basic cutting, joining and finishing technigues for card and soft woods (balsa wood) to create physical models. They will develop skills in 3D model building/ relief technigues as an evaluation and presentation tool.

3035

6EUTTBA203 - Third Dimension in Computer-I

Analyze and implement the basics of 3 dimensional modeling and design in industrial design by using Solidworks and Rhinoceros. The course covers the use of surface modeling techniques, the modeling of student projects and/or existing products and the rendering techniques.

2236
Total1561830
4. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6EUTMAU202 -

In this course, the use of surface modeling techniques with Rhinoceros program, the design of the students and / or modeling of existing products and making them ready for presentation are applied.

3034

6EUTMAU206 - Design-III(Project-III)

This course consists of one or more intermediate level industrial design projects. Students will undertake design processes, to a moderate degree of technical detail, that focus on specific aspects of the design problem for consumer products. Students will produce convincing models and visual presentations of their design concepts.

2447

6UYDSTF031 - History and Philosophy of Art

History of art, development of art.

2023

6EUTTBA206 - Presentation in Computer

This course consists of several advanced level design visualization and presentation studies. Students will make researches to gain a wide visual knowledge of presentations for different design disciplines. Exercises and applications will be done by students to improve their manual and computer skills, and develop their own styles of design presentation

1225

6EUTMAU204 - Product Indicators and Controls

This course explains the advanced ergonomic, anthropometric, biomechanical, physiological, psychological principles which were addressed at product design and helps out the implementation of them to the products. Product display and controls will be covered in great detail.

2024

6UYDMIN001 - Professional English

Reading, writing, listening and speaking activities with a special focus on the professional needs of the learners.

2023

6EUTTBA204 - Third Dimension in Computer-II

This course aims to analyze and implement the basics of 3 dimensional modeling and design in industrial design by using Solidworks and Rhinoceros. The course covers the use of surface modeling techniques, the modeling of student projects and/or existing products and the rendering techniques.

1224
Total1381730
5. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6EUTYGD001 -

2023
6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAU301 - Basic Mechanical Structure-I

This course enables the correct use and handling of the most correct structures. Especially the mechanical resistance is very important.

3037

6EUTMAU303 - Comparative Design History-I

Visual and written material regarding basic concepts, events, people recorded in the history and theory of design in preindustrial, industrial, and postindustrial eras.

3034

6EUTMAU308 - Construction Methods Based on Material-II

This course is the second part of materials based on manufacturing methods. In this course material design relationship will be worked out in more detail and students will work in laboratory environment.

3036

6UYDEDY001 - Critical Thinking, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

Contemporary theories and approaches about thinking towards induction and deduction methods, ways of critical assessment, ways of critical evaluation, the relationships between creativeness and innovation, the application of innovation and using innovation as a core competence for entrepreneurship are taught in this class.

2023

6EUTMAU305 - Design-IV(Project-IV)

This course consists of one or more intermediate level industrial design projects. Students will undertake design processes, to a moderate degree of technical detail, that focus on specific aspects of the design problem for consumer products. Students will produce convincing models and visual presentations of their design concepts.

2447
Total1541730
6. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6EUTMAU310 -

This course is the third part of materials based on manufacturing methods. In this course material design relationship will be worked out in more detail and students will work in laboratory environment.

3036

6EUTYGD002 -

2023
6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAU302 - Basic Mechanical Structure-II

This course delivers various uses of structures. Those can be the buildings, bridges, historical buildings surrounding us and manufacturing of cars. This course will cover also great engineering failures and design disasters so that students learn lessons from history.

3037

6EUTMAU304 - Comparative Design History-II

Visual and written material regarding basic concepts, events, people recorded in the history and theory of design in preindustrial, industrial, and postindustrial eras.

3034

6EUTMAU306 - Design-V (Project-V)

This course consists of one or more industrial design projects. Students will undertake design processes, to a moderate degree of technical detail, that focus on specific aspects of the design problem for consumer products. Students will produce convincing models and visual presentations of their design concepts.

2447

6UYDCKI001 - Environmental Protection, Occupational Health and Safety

This course covers the topics such as preventing the deterioration and destruction of the environmental values and ecological balance, repairing the existing distortions, basic information to prevent environmental pollution, historical development and importance of work safety, general view of work safety in our country and occupational health and safety legislation, rules of work safety, sources of hazards, determination of hazards, risk assessment, control of risks, occupational diseases, occupational accidents, physical, chemical, biological, and psychological factors in terms of the effects on worker's health.

2023
Total1541730
7. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6EUTMAU405 - Design-VI (Project-VI)

This course consists of one or more industrial design projects. Students will undertake design processes, to a moderate degree of technical detail, that focus on specific aspects of the design problem for consumer products. Students will produce convincing models and visual presentations of their design concepts.

2446

6EUTMAU401 - Design-VI (Project-VI)

The students will explore the range of materials and products avaliable for use of the professionai designer and they will be able to use basic cutting, joining and finishing technigues for card and soft woods (balsa wood) to create physical modeis. They will develop skills in 3D model building/relief technigues as an evaluation and presentation tool.

2235

6EUTMAS051 - Elective Course-II

2024
6EUTMAS006 - Transportation Design

Development of motor vehicles up to the present. Design Plan, Defined Properties and Parameter vehicles, Auxiliary Seat and Safety Issues.

6EUTMAS007 - The Importance of Corporate Identity in Product Design

What is institution?, What Are the Characteristics of the Institutions?, Institutions Related Examples, What is identity?, History of Corporate Identity, History and General Corporate Identity Development Process, What is Corporate Identity Strategy?, The Importance of Corporate Identity Strategy, Corporate Identity and Design, Brand and Design.

6UETMAS003 - Lighting Design

Light, lighting, classification and quality of lighting; photometric symbols and optical laws; human eye and seeing, physiologic and optical principals, visual comfort and glare; artificial light sources, luminous flux distribution characteristics of different light sources; Lighting luminaries, their basic functions, luminous flux distribution characteristics of different light luminaries; materials, reflectors, refractors, diffusers, screening devices, seals and filters in luminaries production; photometric data sheet of indoor and outdoor lighting luminaries, physical and mechanical protection performances of luminaries; light sources and their electricaland electronic components and their effects on luminary design; lighting luminary design process and phases; application- designing a lighting luminary.

6UETMAS005 - Sustainable Design

In this course, the concept of sustainability is undertaken within the design discipline. In this case, students are expected to design their own projects based on their knowledge and awareness in the view point of sustainability and sustainable design.

6EUTMAU403 - General Economy

Economic reasoning, basic concepts. Supply, demand, market balance. Consumer and firm behavior. Market structures: full competition and monopoly. Prosperity analysis. General operation of economy. National income, inflation. Long term analysis. Economic growth, total factor productivity. Total demand-total supply model. Short term analysis. Business cycle fluctuations and unemployment. The role of the state. Finance and monetary policies.

3035

6EUTISY002 - Work Placement

30 working days during the design or manufacturing companies to do an internship

0201010
Total9262230
8. Semester
CourseTACECTS

6EUTYGD003 -

2023
6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAS001 - Product Development Philosophy

This course includes topics such as general design principles, visual perception, product styling, Gestalt principles, product functionality, product semantics, creativity, visual complexity, visual simplicity, the golden ratio, social status, social group, the use of goods in social groups, connotation, luxury consumption and symbolic product consumption.

6EUTMAS002 - Design and Form

Definition of form as a tool in design. Establishment of form user communication through relations with design. Relations with form: Form-function, form-structure, form- materials, form-details, form-finish of the object. Designer's investigation of the context: seeing, perceiving, thinking, comparing. Sources of the form transformation: nature, objects, technology, human movements and habits, design trends.

6EUTMAS004 - Packaging Design

This course aims at enabling graphic design students to understand the issues related to Branding, products and services they will be packaging within the framework of graphic design. Students are also introduced to the Third dimension form, color and communication in the context of retail environment.

6EUTMAS008 - Research Methods in Design

Definitions of Design Research. Differences between design research and scientific research. Different disciplines the methods of which are used in design research. Methods of scientific research. Methods of design research. Classification of various research methods and techniques used for the purpose of design research: Observations, various recording and sampling techniques, activity analysis, and work-studies. Morphological studies: Typology, form analysis, geometric analysis. Methods of design activity analysis: Protocol analysis, think-aloud and recording techniques, and decomposition of protocols. Field studies: Questionnaire design and applications, interview techniques, attitude studies, and response ranking studies. Case study methods in design development. History and archive studies.

6EUTMAU499 - Graduation Project

This course consists of research and design processes.

24410

6EUTMAU404 - Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights

The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the basic concepts of law and provide concise information on legal definition of new, original and conservable designs, to inform them about the “to do list” to protect a new and original design. In addition, this course aims to ensure that they have basic information about industrial and intellectual property rights regarding registered trademarks, patents, designs and copyrights. Determining new, original and conservable design concept and to do list for protecting the registered designs are among the topics of the course.

3035

6EUTMAU408 - Marketing

This course consists of detailed investigations of the topics of the development of marketing management orientations, consumer behavior, targeting, product development, pricing, distribution and communication strategies.

2025

6UYDMSE001 - Professional Liability and Ethics

The course includes the definition, purpose, and principles of ethics , its relation to law, evaluation of the concepts of profession, institution and social responsibility, reasons for professional corruption and unethical behavior in professional life, their results and solutions.

2022

6EUTMAU402 - Prototype Construction Methods

This lecture contains the logic of prototyping. It will be shown that products like cars, furniture which are used a lot, always have a very first prototype. Prototyping machines are important and the product on the print paper becomes different when it was manufactured 3 dimensional.

3035
Total1441630
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  • A : Aplication
  • C : Credit
  • ECTS: European Credit Transfer System