Monthly Archives: October 2016

Blog 9

I think some major articles of clothing that have a lot of meaning to people are items that represent a milestone in life. A babies first blanket, a wedding dress, prom dress, or tux all have significant meaning. These items … Continue reading

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Blog 9

Hunger is a main issue within America and all over the world. Once reason, I think, that hunger is an issue is because people have forgotten about the art of gardening and self-sustaining. Even though there are people living in … Continue reading

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Blog 10

Blog 10 Tim Brown’s Reading Design Activism, or inspiring Solutions with global potential Biggest challenges may be with Social problems Design thinking extends the perimeter around the problem Necessity is He mother of innovation Design thinking across the entire spectrum … Continue reading

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Blog 9

What I got from the reading was almost the idea of thinking smarter and not harder and designing for that. For example the start off by telling about how by changing a small part of a logo on a math … Continue reading

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The Devil’s in the Details

The Tim Brown reading created a different way to view design, centered on the idea behind designing for the consumer who loves the product and uses it constantly. It looks into their uses of the product and how to integrate … Continue reading

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Blog 9

Tim Brown Reading I believe Tim Brown’s reading was a lot about how it is so important for designers to keep in mind the person that they are designing for and not just the capital gain they receive upon completion … Continue reading

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Blog 9

The Tim Brown reading was difficult to follow at times. I summed up the reading into changing small things can make a big difference. Also, he mentioned how we should think smarter not harder and bring creativity into decisions. I … Continue reading

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