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  • Design
  • Design An Introduction
  • What Is Design?
  • Design Is.... Some Quotes
  • Design Is.... Some Quotes “... thinking made visual.” - Saul Bass
  • Design Is.... Some Quotes “... thinking made visual.” - Saul Bass “...challenge-solving.” - Aaron Marcus
  • Design Is.... Some Quotes “... thinking made visual.” - Saul Bass “...challenge-solving.” - Aaron Marcus “...the conscious effort to impose meaningful order.” - Victor Papanek
  • Design Is.... Some Quotes “... thinking made visual.” - Saul Bass “...challenge-solving.” - Aaron Marcus “...the conscious effort to impose meaningful order.” - Victor Papanek “.. . p eo ple . ” - Jan e Jac ob s
  • Design Is.... Some Quotes “... thinking made visual.” - Saul Bass “...challenge-solving.” - Aaron Marcus “...the conscious effort to impose meaningful order.” - Victor Papanek “.. . p eo ple . ” - Jan e Jac ob s “Design is everything!”- Paul Rand
  • Think about it.
  • Look around.
  • Look around. everything around you (that’s unnatural) was designed
  • Look around. everything around you (that’s unnatural) was designed by another human being.
  • All that
  • All that Stuff!
  • Its a m a z i n g to think that on the same planet that produced this:
  • Its a m a z i n g to think that on the same planet that produced this:
  • someone also produced this:
  • someone also produced this:
  • but the design around us isn’t just in the things we buy or receive, its also in the things we make,
  • O ur w o rl d i s in crea s i ng l y , so our ex p er ie n c e o f d es ig n i s i ncred i b l y in t imat e a nd p er s o n a l
  • Today, we have unprecedented agency to contribute to our culture and determine our own experiences.
  • Today, we have unprecedented agency to contribute to our culture and determine our Human agency is the own capacity for human experiences. beings to make choices and to impose those choices on the world. - Wikipedia.com
  • So really, design is a tool that helps us...
  • So really, design is a tool that helps us... define ourselves,
  • So really, design is a tool that helps us... define communicate ourselves, to the world,
  • So really, design is a tool that helps us... and improve our define communicate lives and give it ourselves, to the world, meaning.
  • So really, design is a tool that helps us... and improve our define communicate lives and give it ourselves, to the world, meaning. all via the awesome power of choice!
  • HOW to use that tool is really a personal journey and a process of looking, thinking, doing, repeat.
  • HOW to use that tool is really a personal journey and a process of looking, thinking, doing, repeat. ( we will get into that in more detail later )
  • So, for your first assignment I want you to think about your relationship to design, look at the following websites: http://ffffound.com/ http://www.etsy.com/ http://www.woostercollective.com/
  • So, for your first assignment I want you to think about your relationship to design, look at the following websites: http://ffffound.com/ http://www.etsy.com/ http://www.woostercollective.com/ find 3 images that you find interesting, think about why you are choosing them, what aspects of the design interest you (or not) and why why why!
  • bring copies of these images to our next class or drop them into our class drop box and be prepared to talk about them,
  • I pitty the fool who forgets!