Don’t you love it when something is both beautiful and functional? You know, the sort of thing that Steve Jobs would make, if he were still around. Drop in here for stories, web resources, books, trivia, and thought leaders about design and inventions
Hang with me here at #lightfootdesign, and we’ll explore what makes for effective, function, and just plain fun creations. I’ll share helpful suggestions, ideas, and a variety of resources gained from my reading and wandering around the web.
Topics will range from advice from graphic artists, painters and poets to the “hard sciences” of physics and geology. In between we’ll look at well-known industrialists such as Henry Ford or Thomas Edison, but we’ll also be seeking out lesser-know and overlooked individuals from outside the white-male mainstream.
Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions or questions about anything you see here or that you find that’s design-related.
Off and running on this year’s challenge! I’m up to my eyes in historical research, and now it’s time to write the story. It will be historical fiction, one of those darn books “based on actual events.” There’s plenty of documentation on […]
Design rocks. It’s where science and engineering, cross pollinate with art–a G-rated way of putting it–and give birth to things that are beautiful and functional. I’ve been fascinated with elegant designs since I was a child. I loved inventions and gadgets, but […]
I’m sharing a link to a blog post that dives into what Steve Job’s thought it meant to be intelligent. But the short take is that you need to seek different experiences than the rest of the herd. Here’s the article. But […]