For most of the history of design, the designer has enjoyed the role of creator and a quality of authorship. A designer makes a thing, and that thing is produced in large quantities, distributing the designer’s vision, ideals, and values—cultural influence—into the world. In fact these days, a design and its creator’s values can be introduced into the digital world in a day or an hour. Given the power of designer as author, critique is usually aimed at a designed thing’s characteristics: how it looks, how it provides value, how easy it is to use. Outside of small circles of...
How To Create Products Hand In Hand With Your Customer
Written by: Super User Published in: CodeDesign Read: 366 times
18 Apr 2012
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