Research Process Document Oct 2018 — publication; stapled; 22 by 28 cm; 11 pages
In year 2 we had to create a Research Process Document (RPD) to showcase our projects and to guide the reader through our process. We had to describe our ways of working. After we chose our key works, we had to come up with a format to classify and order our projects. I felt strongly drawn to ellipses and what they represent. I used three ellipses, each symbolising a different stage of the process. For every project I defined which step I found most interesting and gave it the assigned ellipse and explanation. The orange A3-sized attachments consist of my main sources and process per chapter.