We are delighted to invite you to The Future of Work/Play. Date: Friday 20th April 2018 Time: 14:00 - 18:00 Location: Lecture Theatre A London College of Communication, University of the Arts London SE1 6SB Tickets Here In the final stage of their degree, BA(Hons) Design Management & Culture students began to question the possible professional routes to undertake … Continue reading The Future of Work/Play
Appreciating good aesthetic is in human nature. In industrial design, the same can be said. Even if two object fulfills the same purpose, we are bound to prefer the better-looking object. The industrial design discipline is a practical discipline and functionality reigns supreme, but good aesthetics is vital too. Durability, ease of use, cost and … Continue reading Design and Aesthetic
It was 4th of October. While on a lonely trip back home after college, I was met with a copy of the London Evening Standard on the train. Being alone and tired after a long day, I resorted to reading the newspaper to gain some deviation away from my day. While browsing through the pages, … Continue reading Do we need a new Bauhaus movement?
Due to the fact there are many applications of design in the current world, people tend to take different standing points when defining the term design. According to Kathryn Best, design comprises both the process of making something, and the final product of this process; which is the design itself (Best 2006). For many practitioners, … Continue reading Design as a Process
‘Design Management is a leadership role, one that requires explaining, inspiring, persuading and demonstrating how design can positively contribute to an organisation in many different ways.’ Kathryn Best, 2006 Design, as a communication channel, is a constitutive characteristic of any kind of organisation, it is ‘intrinsically linked to business in a way that both can … Continue reading The Value of Design Management