SRJD (Serat Rupa Journal of Design) is an official open-access journal published under the Maranatha Christian University. The open-access policy refers to the free public-access to read an article. SRJD is intended to accommodate any research publication in areas of Visual Communication Design, Interior Design & Architecture, Fashion Design. SRJD wishes to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and new research findings in the field of design and culture.
SRJD is affiliated with HDII West Java Chapter (Himpunan Desainer Interior Cabang Jawa Barat) & ADGI (Asosiasi Desainer Grafis Indonesia) in the editorial matter. SRJD encourages manuscript written by the academician, also from professional designers who need to publish their design process ideas with interesting concepts that could be valuable for the field of design and culture. Publication in SRJD is free of charge (for the review and online publication process).
SRJD accept articles written in Indonesian (main language) and English. SRJD is published twice a year, in January and July. Serat Rupa Journal of Design has been indexed by GARUDA, Google Scholar, Crossref, WorldCat, BASE.
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Vol. 7 No. 2 (2023): SRJD - JULY
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After the wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been several changes in the focus of interior design attention, including an emphasis on the importance of balancing human activities with the natural environment to ensure sustainable human health and welfare. Several articles in this issue discuss the issue of implementing a healthier environment, such as efforts to overcome crowds in public spaces, public space planning that ensures sociability in empty buildings, and the role of soundscape in forming a sense of place.
Similarly, in the field of fashion design, the emphasis on natural balance is also the background for research on the use of coffee waste as an environmentally friendly textile dye.
Meanwhile, in the field of visual communication design, issues regarding brands related to the suitability and relevance of their identity or image are analyzed from an aesthetic perspective, so that what is conveyed to the public is an appropriate representation for the audience. In the next article, the explanation of the communication design process in video media is also linked to the visual creative process, which then becomes the visual thread in a series of videos sent by viewers. A design process that involves an audience like this is known as participatory design, where the audience is invited to participate in the design process, provide input, and collaborate with designers and musicians. The main goal of this approach is to create outcomes or solutions that better suit the needs, expectations and experiences of the audience.
(Andriyanto Wibisono, HDII West Java Chapter, R.A. Dita Saraswati, ADGI)