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Volume 179, 20232023 6th International Conference on Humanities Education and Social Sciences (ICHESS 2023)
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|Human History and Intercultural Communication Research
|14 December 2023
Research on graphic design based on mind mapping method--The example of traditional Chinese local opera, the Qin Qiang
School of Design, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT, Leeds, UK
* Corresponding author: Shuofeng80@gmail.com
Mind mapping has always played a role in graphic design as a logical analysis and integration of ideas. By using the method of mind mapping it is possible to develop thinking and reasoning from a wider range or different perspectives, thus reorganising relevant factors to break through the original deconstruction to achieve innovative research in graphic design. At the same time, the structural order and visualisation of the mind map is very conducive to logical reasoning and building systems for graphic design. Therefore, in this paper, the application of the mind mapping method in graphic design is investigated with the example of the traditional Chinese local opera, the Qin Qiang. Using the logical tool of mind mapping, a set of graphic design works on the theme of Qin Qiang was completed by clarifying the theme, divergent thinking and determining the direction and method of research to integrate and unify the various forms of Qin Qiang. This paper uses mind mapping to provide a wealth of information and inspirational derivation for the graphic design about the Qin Qiang, allowing the design to visualise effective information in a more comprehensive and concrete way. At the same time, this allows the central idea of the Qin Qiang to be communicated more effectively and accurately in the graphic design than in previous graphic design works.
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