Do you often struggle with finding inspiration even you have the skills and knowledge? Inspiration is not a feeling we can summon at will. However, you can ignite your passion to create by seeing themes that connect with your resonant aesthetic principles. Breathe life into your jewellery designs with themes and stories that speak. Identify a unique aesthetic that defines your collections, designs & creations with professional guidance through eight universal patterns of beauty. Explore and predict future colour and theme trends in fashion and jewellery.
This training will help you identify and record the design patterns that resonate with you and translate them into desirable jewellery creations! This is not an academic lecture series... it is a truly interactive workshop where you will surprise yourself with your personal discoveries!
What You Will Learn
Understand and connect with your own archetype or resonant combination of archetypes. Aesthetic archetypes are common combinations or patterns of visual elements that can evoke certain feelings or thoughts from different people. Each archetype has its own group of visual elements, characteristics, and appeals to different groups of individuals. Understanding and utilising these in your design process can help focus on your target market.
Explore in-depth design language and the various standard visual elements that make up a good design. By using the right design language to describe your ideas and designs, you can increase the effectiveness of sales and manufacturing conversations.
Learn about creative 'flow state' and how you can use archetypes to enter your flow state that is consistent with your brand. Flow can enhance your performance in both productivity and creativity. With flow you get better results faster, and at the same time accelerate your learning and skill development!
Apply Flow To Sales
Use this new knowledge to help customers connect with your designs and increase conversions & repeat sales. Not only you can understand your customers’ taste and preference faster, but you can also communicate with them better using the vocabulary of archetypes and flow.
Contemporary and Present-day Jewellery Trends
Contemporary and Present day Jewellery TrendsExplore the various social factors and trends that influence fashion designers' decisions on the coming season's colours and themes. Understand cycles of popularity that affect gemstones, metals, jewellery styles and modern-day short-term fashion trends. After that, learn to apply these findings into the templates of colours, textures and materials of your product storyline.
Understanding Predictions of Future Trends
Master different ways to monitor upcoming trends in Jewellery. Learn about Gemvisions, TrendHunter and TrendVision Forecasts that are great resources for monitoring trends. Apply this knowledge, combined with expert-developed assessments of the current zeitgeist and your own observations to make important design decisions. This course concludes in a project presentation of a theme, template and strategy of your jewellery line that will get you a head-start on producing up-to-date, saleable jewellery!
Rob SchillingRob Schilling is an expert global trainer, professional coach, jewellery designer, and a JDMIS graduate. Rob has passionate interest and decades of experience working in both jewellery industry and corporate training for C-suite professionals. Read More
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Like all JDMIS courses, students receive everything they need to complete all their coursework. In this course, you receive a 50-page workbook, a special e-book by famous artist Susanne Merrit and useful reference materials that are going to guide you to search for upcoming and future jewellery trends to keep you at the forefront of fashion.
This course is a Core Component of all learning paths. We refer to these modules as CC.
Prerequisites: None .
Next Steps: Design your own jewelleryor DD100 - Fundamentals of Digital Jewellery Design (CAD)..
JD100 - Creative Drawing and Essential Jewellery Knowledge.
Complementary Jeweller's Knowledge:
GT200 - Jewellery Trade Practices 2: Gem Identification Methods.
1 week (Full-time), or
5 weeks (Part-time)
JDMIS runs weekday & weekend schedules for this popular course. JDMIS also has flexible make-up schedules and graduates can return without cost for refresher courses (subject to availability).
Course fee is inclusive of GST and all materials are provided during the course.
Program is very interesting. It allows our creative ideas to start flowing. Trainer is very experienced and knowledgeable.
- Patricia L. (New Zealand)
Encourages individuals to be more creative and venture into a whole new world of jewellery. A wonderful school that promotes creativity and entrepreneurship.
- Su Fern T. (Singapore)
The class is interesting, giving new skills that can be inspiring and useful for the future.
- Bragita G. (Indonesia)
It changes the way I look at jewellery and the design inspiration behind it.
- Ginny W. (Singapore)
It is very engaging and interesting. Warm, friendly and helpful environment. Good to stoke your imagination passion in jewellery.
- Graceilia T. (Singapore)