Many designers define their practice as professional problem solving. I’d like to take that a step further and say that it is decontextualized, generalized, or abstract problem solving. This is because design is not tied to any domain or subject matter. Ironically though, there is no such thing as a decontextualize, generalized or abstract problem. [...]
Archive for December, 2005
Ok so I was getting a little bored with the default wordpress theme and thought I should spend some time to customize a theme of my own. Hope you like it. Hopefully I’ll have something a little more interesting to read shortly.
I had a list of quotes here but it started taking up too much room so I’ve put the quotes in its own page to clean things up a bit. You will find the permanent link in the side panel under Pages > Quotes.
Not sure this is even worth 2 cents, but… In no particular order, and not written in stone: Less is usually more Do not make people feel stupid Design for probable, no possible People just want to accomplish their goals, and being educated is often not their goal Design is to help people better accomplish [...]