The studios are the places where light and dark areas can be arranged by controlling the light. Education programs are usually conducted in these controlled environments, ie in studios. The program made at the studio is a static program by its structure. Fluent content is not enough to get rid of being static. In addition to this, the format must also be designed correctly. Studio education programs' decor design includes lighting, color, perspective, front and end credits, illustrations and animation. In other words, all the technical and aesthetic components such as space, material, lighting, colour, perspective and graphic make up the decor. These components should be designed to provide an attractive and aesthetic visual. The decor design should represent the basic idea of the program, should be designed in relation to the program content, and make the program's basic idea visible in all aspects. Lighting makes the decor visible, adds the third dimension to the image and creates meaning and atmosphere. The correct and effective use of lighting is important to contribute to the visual and aesthetic integrity of the program. In this study, the decor designs of two different educational programs from Open Education Faculty are examined.
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