Re: [IxDA] Do you actually possess "design" skills

14 Jul 2010 - 9:59pm
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iaaxpage
2010

In words of Emil Ruder. To design is to plan, to order, to relate, and to control. In short, it opposes all means of disorder and accident.

Designers are not artists.

I consider important to learn to draw, learn the importance of aesthetics and photography. But I disagree with your point of view.

Kind Regards.

------Original Message------ From: Richard Carson Sender: ixdaor@host.ixda.org To: Iaax Page ReplyTo: discuss@ixda.org Subject: [IxDA] Do you actually possess "design" skills Sent: Jul 14, 2010 10:49 PM

Hi,

I've recently encountered many Interaction Designers who call themselves
"designers" yet have no drawing, photographic, layout or any artistic skills
whatsoever. How is this even possible? Maybe the term "organizer" or "
choreographer" should be more appropriate?

R.C.

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