20+ Design Philosophies
John Spacey, August 10, 2016 updated on March 17, 2017
A design philosophy is a theoretical basis or driving force behind the work of a designer. They can apply to aesthetics, methods or the impact of a design on society, individuals or the planet. In many cases, pursuit of a design philosophy drives a career forward as accomplished designers typically strongly embrace a set of ideals. The following are well known design philosophies.
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