In the 4th Industrial Revolution, design education for the ideal talent is a big challenge for us. The methodology for this has been studied and discussed in various fields. So a practical method for implementing project-based education (PBL) that focuses on fostering integrated problem-solving talents rather than fostering simply qualified talents is a demand for the times. In this situation, to present an effective design education and a methodology to increase its value, we present a checkpoint for deriving a concept and analyze cases accordingly.
Therefore, this study presented PBL as Visual Identity of Gwangju Tourism and Convention Bureau and applied the concept check point 4W in its implementation. Through this, a case of sequential collaboration was revealed, and a methodology was proposed to become a future design education process that fosters creativity and cooperation. It is expected that this study will contribute to one of the problem-solving methodologies that can be used in education and the design field and to foster future talent.