personal project HSC Design 2019

Task given: Week 6 Term 2

Task due: Week 6 Term 3

This task addresses outcomes DM1, DM2, DM3, DM4, DM5, DM6 CH1, CH2

Your 'Personal Project' is a design project of your own choosing. This means that you will construct the project description and execute the work with minimal supervision.

Areas of design practice for a 'Personal Project' can include, but are not restricted to; the following:

  • Applied arts, Architecture, Communication design, Data visualisation, Fashion design, Game design, Graphic design, Information design, Industrial design, Instructional design, Interaction design, Interior design, Landscape, Lighting design, Multimedia design, Product design, Process design, Publications, Service design, Software design, Sound design, Transition design, Urban design, Visual Design and Web design.
This is the last task for 2019.

The documentation process will be determined by the type of project undertaken. For the most part however, use the following as a guide;

  • Develop a project concept.
  • Construct a project overview.
  • Where applicable construct a timeline (Gantt chart); see example
  • Where materials are involved; construct a costings proposal.
  • Document research that investigates what has been developed by other designers in your chosen area.
  • Document the development of your proposal (photographs or screen shots).
  • Include the documentation and / or the completed project in your Portfolio.
  • Complete the project and present it in a manner consistent with your brief.
sample design briefs can be found on the school intranet at;
  • Student-data (\\WYNDHAMCOL-H1) (Q:) Yr 12 Visual Design 2019, Personal Project.
  • Use these to explore real world process.

or download from the following links;

sample projects
Jesse Hunt
Created By
Gary Poulton


Gary Poulton + Jesse Hunt

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