|12th Nov 2012✧19:01413 notes
“Contrary to what our gut tells us, good design—the kind that provides utility and delight—can be affordable. The issue here is not about spending more, but about spending smarter.
Sure, designing for the human experience will indeed be an extra and likely expensive cost if it is an afterthought; something retrofitted to the final functional design.
But when we design our sidewalks, bike lanes, and transportation circulators with the concern for human experience at the forefront, joy is surprisingly cheap.”
|20th Feb 2012✧11:2445 notes
|1st Nov 2011✧08:33682 notes