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John Maeda

Eighteen years later, it’s now all coming back. Bill Mitchell (1944-2010) started it all. maedastudio.com/2016/books/ind…
Found Design By Numbers (1999) by accident today – marks my return to computational design. dbn.media.mit.edu/whatisdbn.html
“… the dichotomy of what branding says it will do, and how it delivers on that.” —Tim Allen fastcodesign.com/3055084/design…
“Poetry machines only replace writers in the same way that pianos replace pianists.” medium.com/@rossgoodwin/a…
“In any creative field, it’s fine to be inspired, but you should figure out your own spin.” —Alex Calderwood (–2014)
“Programmers have the largest impact when they are designers.” —Denning+Martell mitpress.mit.edu/books/great-pr…
Thanks to Kiran Wattamwar and team for inviting me to talk DesignIn.Tech with MIT Undergrad Association.
Design isn’t just about beauty; it’s about market relevance and material results. DesignIn.Tech
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“Education as instruction-based (practice, protocols) vs idea-based (critical thinking, envision ideas of others)”
“Paul Rand work was thoughtful, clean … but *not* austere (= a Modernist’s warmth)” —note from the past
“Turn people loose on objectives that they can control.” —from my collection of random notes-to-self
Thanks to GSB Prof. Stefanos Zenios for the opportunity to talk DesignIn.Tech x Biz with #StanfordLEAD
“When you can’t envision, you can’t give permission.” —Paola Antonelli, wisdom from a lunch long ago
Useful overview of “computational thinking” for K-12: csta.acm.org/Resources/sub/…
Thanks to LA folks for letting me start DesignIn.Tech from my UberX last night -- LA traffic is intense.
Executive-level priorities of “experience” indicates that Postmodernism has re-arrived. Pg 2 slideshare.net/kleinerperkins…
Presenting tomorrow (April 14, 6pm) in LA -- 2016 DesignIn.Tech Report at UCLA: m.dma.ucla.edu/events/?ID=971
“Defining a process makes it robust, but kills its life.” —random note-to-self
Wrote my “Life Counter” ten years ago, and see that the progress bar has moved a lot. maedastudio.com/2006/lifecount…
 
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