The role of semiotics in design education - Péter Wunderlich’s doctoral thesis defence
Semiotics as an approach plays a key role in design education. It supports design students in understanding the basic principles of visual communication and product design, boosts creative thinking through the analysis of signs and symbols, helps grasp the cultural context, and encourages critical thinking.
Supervisors: university professor Ágnes Kapitány DSc, and university professor Márton Szentpéteri PhD.
Chair of the defence committee: university professor Pál Koós DLA, MOME; members of the defence committee: associate professor Judit Bényei PhD, MOME Institute for Theoretical Studies and associate professor Dr. Nóra Géczy, Széchenyi University, Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Transport Sciences, Department of Architecture and Building Construction
Opponents: Ákos Lipóczki DLA, MOME and habil. associate professor and head of department Dr. Edit Újvári, University of Szeged, Juhász Gyula Faculty of Education, Institute of Vocational Training, Adult Education and Knowledge Management