Tuesday, March 25, 2014



“Design” is the application of skill; the employment of discipline. This action occurs, everywhere. Technology has made it easier to organize, arrange, compose, structure, emphasize, and prioritize throughout all aspects of society primarily affecting how we coordinate and communicate.

These tools for organization have taken the lead in determining how we interact. The unified “design” concept is efficiency and effectiveness; inspired by the analog-to-digital transition mankind has been experiencing since the industrial revolution.

 “Design” schools must refocus their programs to evolve these concepts, and to nurture new styles of procedure, application, and discipline that utilize existing infrastructure and support human evolution in a progressive manner. New visions will inspire new tools, techniques, and skills to be developed and employed across all disciplines and any subsequent disciplines created from these next movements.