Literature on Industrial Design
Dieter Rams: 10 Timeless Commandments for Good Design
Let’s pay a virtual visit to a famous industrial designer’s workshop. By examining the principles of his winning approach, we can incorporate vital elements into our designs in the “less is more” age. As user experience practitioners, most of us have worked with Nielsen and Molich’s 10 heuristics or rules of thumb and the Eight Golden Rules by ...
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Ch 6: Industrial Design
In loving memory of Prof. Dr. Kees OverbeekeJuly 18th, 1952 - October 8th, 2011 Kees left us unexpectedly on October 8th 2011, after a lifetime of dedication and warmth towards all the people who surrounded him. He was a passionate man. Kees was inspired, inspiring, engaging, dedicated, provocative and direct. He did not like easy and he was...
Meet the Eames – Function is the Key to Design
Charles Ormond Eames Jr. (1907-1978) and his wife Bernice Alexandra “Ray” Eames (1912-1988) were multi-disciplinary American designers who contributed to modern architecture, furniture design, graphic design, fine art and film.About Charles EamesCharles was a rebellious designer and initially he attended Washington University (St. Louis) to stud...
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