Design in Question
Exploring the diverse questions of design world.
After reading “The Graphic Design Reader” by Teal Triggs and Leslie Atzmon, I began to sort out all the thoughts and opinions that I formed while reading the articles. I may have thought graphic design is a risky profession. It can be swayed in any direction wherever the graphic designers are in need of help. In fact, James wanted all of us to ask questions that are related to core reasons that students took this path. As a matter of fact, I came up with 25 questions on my own in order to ask myself and other graphic designers.
When I first had to design my own set of questions, I had to think about how should I put weight on each questions. However, I realized that I couldn’t put too much time on each questions. In order to give enough time for each questions, I decided to quickly produce the iterations.
After creating black and white iterations, I began to think that maybe adding colors would broaden my perspective on the questions. Furthermore, the questions will be much clearer than before.
I tried to simplify the iterations because questions themselves were too vague in nature.