Unpicking the design process
Design for People: stories about how (and why) we all can work together to make things betterBy Scott Stowell
Designed by Scott Stowell,Martha Kang McGill and Ryan Thacker
An Open book published by Metropolis Books, $40
How do things in the design world actually get done? All too often the process by which ideas are generated, and by whom, seems to be concealed beneath gloss, ego and design jargon. In Scott Stowell’s first book, Design for People, he sets out to reveal the reality of a busy design studio, which necessarily involves the input of more than just a single genius…
Cover from Design for People designed by Scott Stowell, Martha Kang McGill and Ryan Thacker.
Top: Spread from Design for People showing Open’s covers for the American weekly magazine The Nation.
Eleanor Herring, design historian, Berlin
Read the full version in Eye no. 92 vol. 23, 2016
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