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March 2013

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 31 mar 2013

How important is the process in design? For some designing is individual's creativity that doesn't need any process or framework. According to them, it just happens when the creative person sits to do his design work. But others consider design process and framework as an important tool to create their designs. A design expert defines five phases in his design process- 'Examine, Understand, Ideate, Experiment, Distill'. He explains that this framework or any other one that suits a particular designer, help them to process and think better. Moreover it also assists in communicating and explaining efficiently the happening of the design and the steps that went into it. Read on...

Fast Company: 7 Design Principles, Inspired By Zen Wisdom
Author: Matthew May

Mohammad Anas Wahaj | 30 mar 2013

Professor John Wood of Goldsmiths, University of London, provides perspective on UCD (User Centered Design) and how the concept is not sufficient if the designers are concerned about the future of the world. Although UCD provide designers focus to cater to the needs of the user or consumer for whom the product is directed, in an individualized manner, but it also in some ways ignores the ecosystem or environment of which the user is part of. It misses the bigger picture. The expert suggests a new approach to designing that incorporates multiple aspects into the design process that includes user, his environment, etc. It is termed as 'metadesigning'. Read on...

Core77: Why user-centered design is not enough, by John Wood
Author: John Wood

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