Certainly, here are 10 questions to help me better understand your needs for generating assignment ideas focused on teaching color theory within a graphic design course:
- What is the overall goal or objective of including color theory assignments in this graphic design course?
- Who is the target audience for these assignments? Are they beginners, intermediate, or advanced students in graphic design?
- How long is the course duration, and will these color theory assignments span the entire course or a specific portion?
- Are there any specific aspects of color theory (e.g., color harmonies, color psychology, color mixing) that you want these assignments to cover?
- Do you have any specific resources, textbooks, or reference materials that you’d like students to use when completing these assignments?
- Are there any constraints or limitations regarding tools or software that students should use for these assignments (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite, open-source software)?
- Are there any real-world applications or industries you want these assignments to align with (e.g., branding, web design, print media, packaging)?
- How many assignments do you plan to include in the course, and what percentage of the overall course grade will they account for?
- Do you have any preferences regarding the format of the assignments (e.g., digital graphics, posters, presentations, etc.)?
- Are there any specific challenges or learning objectives you hope to address with these color theory assignments?
Once I have a clearer understanding of your requirements and goals, I will be better equipped to generate relevant and effective assignment ideas for teaching color theory in your graphic design course.