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  • Reviewing a project allows you to reflect on what went as you planned, and what didn't. It saves you making the same mistakes again.
  • Information sources are all around us, and are easily available. In this unit you have opportunities to learn about different sources of information and why you will be using them.
  • Using surveys to gather primary data is an important skill. This course looks at a number of issues surrounding running a survey.
  • Using databases can be a risky business if you're not sure what you are up to. This course introduces some of the special terms that are used and explains some of the things you need to do to make sure your database contains accurate, appropriate and valid data.
  • Information can be presented in a number of different ways but often it needs to be altered so that it does the job you want it to do. In this course a number of aspects of combining and using information are considered, to make a final presentation involving a number of different options.
  • The way we present information is crucial to it having the outcome that we want. In this unit your have the opportunity to learn about the different ways that information can be displayed and the effect that it can have.
  • Many publications are on paper and the printing and graphic design industry relies heavily on computer-based layout tools. This unit looks at the ways that paper publications are laid out and designed to best effect.
  • It is important that all designs are tried and tested and mistakes and misunderstandings eliminated before more substantial work is done. This unit looks at the ways that this might be accomplished.
  • This unit reviews all the skills and concepts covered in D201. The ways of applying them to real-world design scenarios is considered through a number of video clips from real companies.