Join Danil Nagy for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Generative Design Foundations.
- This course is meant to be your first introduction to generative design so there's no prerequisites to get started. The material is intended for a nontechnical audience of designers and project leaders who are curious about current developments in technology and how they'll effect design practice now and into the future. Although the course will rely mostly on examples from architecture, engineering, and urban design, the general concepts will be applicable to any design field. The goal of the course is to give you an introduction to generative design and give you the knowledge and tools you need to start integrating these technologies into your own design practice. We'll cover the foundations of generative design and it's context within the broader field of artificial intelligence. We'll look at the historical developments that led us up to where we are today and hear from leaders across a variety of industries who are leveraging these technologies to create innovative solutions to some of the world's most difficult challenges. Then we'll take a deep dive into the components that make generative design work. Although many of these concepts are technical in nature, I'll present them in a high-level way that should be accessible to any designer no matter your level of expertise. Finally, I'll provide an overview of the tools and software currently available which you can use to start integrating these concepts into your own design workflows. If you're a designer or project leader who's interested in technology, please join me in this course and learn how generative design can transform the way you work and help you achieve your best design outcomes.
- What is generative design?
- Generative design examples
- Designing the design space
- Measuring performance
- Optimizing the design
- Evaluating the design space
- Tools for simulation, scripting, and more