Using both lectures and drawing exercises, this class examines the traditional representational conventions used by the design professions to depict and describe space, form, pattern and information. Uses a multi-disciplined approach that explores the three basic intentions that inform the marks that designers make: visualization, representation and communication. Prereq., ENVD 1004. Open to nonmajors on a space available basis. Prerequisites: Restricted to College of Architecture and Planning majors only.