Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website First Heatwave Expected Next Week © ArtCenter College of Design© ArtCenter College of DesignMaking, and more recently digital making, has become a critical link to teaching and learning in schools and communities worldwide. ArtCenter College of Design has published a report outlining how to integrate digital making with traditional maker spaces to support designers as they invent the future. Spearheaded by the College’s Media Design Practices (MDP) graduate department, the Creating Maker Spaces in Schools of Art and Design report surveys maker spaces in and outside of education and aims to guide educational leaders wrestling with issues of efficiency and agility in today’s robust creative economy. On Tuesday, June 21, ArtCenter’s Casey Anderson presented the report during the Higher Ed Maker Symposium organized by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy as part of National Week of Making, June 17 through 23, 2016.Making is at the core of most art and design schools where creative practitioners build prototypes, models and simulations to invent new products, services and experiences. Bold experimentation is deeply woven into the fabric of these institutions.“Today’s challenge is how to seamlessly integrate new forms of digital making with diverse curricula, complement existing facilities and be self-sustaining financially,” said Elise Co, MDP and Interaction Design faculty and co-author of the study with Ian Besler, MDP adjunct faculty and alumnus.“We’re intimately aware of the need to balance resource allocation with access to cutting-edge technology while providing the best education possible,” said Anne Burdick, chair of the MDP Department. “We feel strongly that our discoveries will be useful as schools explore how digital making relates to specific emerging areas of art and design.“Our goal was to create a practical guide for our peers in art and design higher education to capitalize on evolving technology and make the most effective decisions when planning improvements to campus facilities,” said Burdick.“To create ‘next-level’ making—which means to envision innovative maker spaces and systems beyond what is currently in play, we found that studio courses dedicated to the design of maker spaces, as well as open calls for proposals and institutional research initiatives are the best way to leverage the collective brain of this native community of makers,” said Co.With the knowledge shared in the report, schools will be prepared to develop maker spaces scaled to their community’s specific needs, from a single cart to an institution-wide network of specialized making “hubs.”Key findings:· Maker spaces allow technology to be accessible to non-experts, not just physically, but functionally. Training and peer-to-peer learning are key to how these spaces function even outside an academic setting. They’re designed for a range of users from novice to expert.· Technology plays different roles in different types of making—production, prototyping, experimentation—and in communicating working knowledge to collaborators.· Maker spaces are ecosystems that depend as much on community, staffing and programming as technology and equipment.· Maker spaces are best developed iteratively and grown organically to allow them to evolve based on real patterns of usage and visioning grounded in experience.· Beyond the “starter” maker space that is fast becoming a basic requirement, there are real design challenges and opportunities to define next-level Maker Spaces such as systems and networks of multiple venues and labs for highly specialized making.Report Credits:· Executive producer: Anne Burdick, chair, Media Design Practices Department· Project lead and co-author: Elise Co, faculty member, Media Design Practices Department· Researcher and co-author: Ian Besler, faculty member, Media Design Practices Department· Researcher and production assistant: Renée Reizman, coordinator, Media Design Practices Department· Graphic designer: Jessica LeeAbout Media Design Practices:Media Design Practices at ArtCenter College of Design offers an interdisciplinary design MFAgrounded in media and technology through a curriculum that features two intentionally divergenttracks. Each track—Lab and Field—prepares students to work in emerging roles and contexts fordesign. Lab students explore the cultural impact and possible futures of new ideas fromtechnology, science and culture. Field students mix ethnography, design and technology toaddress social issues in a developing world context. More at mediadesignpractices.net.About ArtCenter:Founded in 1930 and located in Pasadena, ArtCenter College of Design is a global leader in art and design education. ArtCenter offers 11 undergraduate and seven graduate degrees in a wide variety of industrial design disciplines as well as visual and applied arts. In addition to its top-ranked academic programs, the College also serves members of the Greater Los Angeles region through a highly regarded series of year-round educational programs for all ages and levels of experience. Renowned for both its ties to industry and its social impact initiatives, ArtCenter is the first design school to receive the United Nations’ Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) status. Throughout the College’s long and storied history, ArtCenter alumni have had a profound impact on popular culture, the way we live and important issues in our society. Community News Make a comment Your email address will not be published. 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December 1st morning news, iResearch released today "2008-2009 China domain hosting market development report", the report shows that in 2008 the Chinese domain name market revenue size of 800 million yuan, an increase of 25.4% compared to 2007. The report also pointed out that with the end of the CN domain name of 1 yuan experience activities, its popularity has plummeted.
08 China domain name market revenue of $800 million
report pointed out that since 2007 to promote CN domain 1 yuan experience activities, the number of Chinese domain names will increase significantly. At the same time, the 08 Beijing Olympics and held the national informatization process proposed to accelerate the development of the market, the relevant domain name service market China revenue to maintain rapid growth, in 2008 the income scale is 800 million yuan, an increase of 25.4% compared to 2007.
iResearch analysis, service rapid development will bring Chinese domain and e-commerce personalized domain name demand is increasing, in addition, the development of mobile Internet will also drive the host domain name industry. Expected by 2012 China’s domain name related services market revenue will be more than 2 billion yuan.
Ari pointed out that China’s domain name industry in 2007 and 2008 years in a steady growth period, gradually into the mature stage. Experience in the CN domain name after the end of the event, if you want to keep the rapid development of the state, should pay attention to the Internet from the infrastructure construction, improve the overall service level of the domain name industry, clean network environment, improve service levels to broaden the business channels etc..
2009 China CN domain cooling significantly
since March 7, 2007, CN domain wide experience activities organized by the majority of Internet users to actively participate in the CN domain name registration, more domain name experience to the site, blog, e-mail and other Internet applications. CN domain name registration number of rapid growth, to December 31, 2008, CN domain name registration amount of 13 million 570 thousand, becoming the world’s first national top-level domain name.
iResearch pointed out, but with the end of the experience of the activities, CN domain price is relatively improved, some CN domain name holders no longer pay for the domain name, resulting in a decline in the number of domain names. In July 2009, the domain name CN number is 12 million 550 thousand, compared to 2008 decreased by 7.5%, while Germany is currently holding DE free registration activities, the domain name DE number more than 13 million in 2009 August, to become the world’s first top-level domain name again.
Ari analysts believe that the price of CN domain restricted its further development, in order to prevent more CN domain names has become waste resources, should be properly lowered the price, so as to improve the effective use of CN domain name rate.