CAMPBELL, R.I., 2012. Digital design and modelling. Innovation into Success - The UK Science Park Association Journal, 2pp.
Digital design and modelling refers to aspects of two-dimensional (2D) and threedimensional
(3D) design work that can be undertaken within a computerised
environment. This has become increasingly common over the past few decades
with the improving speed of desktop computers and advances in user interfaces.
Traditionally, 2D and 3D design and modelling are done using manual
techniques such as sketching, hand rendering, engineering drawings and handmade
physical models. These techniques can be employed in a range of
disciplines including industrial design, fashion design, furniture design and
architecture. They are still used widely used today, often to complement the use
of digital techniques, and a competent designer will be comfortable in both the
manual and digital realms. [...continues]
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