Аннотация и ключевые слова
Аннотация (русский):
The authors of the article propose to use the didactic complex for morphological analysis in order to comprehensively solve the problem of drawing skills development at the beginning stage of training design students. This didactic complex includes visual didactic equipment and multimedia kit. In the course of the study general pedagogical methods were used: scientific and methodological literature analysis, pedagogical process planning, working methodology approbation. The project conception process was based on the system design methodology. The theoretical basis of the study is the works on the system design theory and the art education theory. The authors describe the requirements that the designer must take into account when designing didactic equipment; represent the structure of the didactic equipment and multimedia kit; offer options for working with elements of the didactic complex for morphological analysis.

Ключевые слова:
industrial design, drawing skills, visual skills, didactic tools, multimedia teaching tools, morphological analysis, systemdesign
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