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This research has offered much information and insights into the practice of the creative process within the graphic design industry. Increases learning provide opportunity for students dive deeper into all aspects of the subject thereby enabling a deeper understanding. In many classes, students take time practicing mathematics and science-based subjects while studies in arts are generally restricted to examination periods. Students are often, informed that art is rewarding and hence strong students in the discipline are natured without victimization on their career choices. Arts is a very flexible discipline, this means that there are no definite solutions to problems in art and by extension life. Science is about already established theories and hypotheses while arts give the skills to overcome our rapidly changing daily challenges. Art creates imagination as art works communicate ideas to the user; the artist tries to give different perspectives on a number of issues. Without art, the students’ ability to think outside the established boundaries is hindered and this suppresses their creativity. Evidence of improved learning outcomes when incorporating creative problem solving in the learning process can actually be seen in graphical design students who incorporate proper message delivery, research, conceptualization and understanding the audience. It is based on this that this research explores the personal and professional impact of the study and helps to reveal what processes need to be changed in order to create a better practice in teaching graphics design students.
The study: What Elements in the Creative Processes of Graphic Design are Challenging for Students to Connect with?