“the nature of design requires designers to keep learning for a lifetime—about the latest technology, about sociological trends, about art and science and nature and economics, about history and pop culture, about how everything works, about things that no one else seems to care about, like the “aesthetic-usability effect” or the good old Fibonacci spiral.” -warren berger
“i think good design should be complex and rich and even messy, like life.” -bruce mau
“the best designers seem to be interested in everything.” -warren berger, glimmer
– It is shocking and profoundly regrettable, but, apparently, sales of oranges are falling steadily because people can no longer be bothered to peel them. As soon as I read this, I began buying oranges more frequently and eating them with greater pleasure. Now I peel an orange very slowly,...
“This was a man who respected the earth—following Ralph Waldo Emerson’s guidance, Jean believed we borrow from Mother Nature, but do not own its bounty. Jean treated his plots with humility, tenderness, and love. As a result, the man created wines with soul.” wine on wednesday