Sunday, February 6, 2011

Journal entry one

Writer's Toolbox covers the organizational aspects of writing. However, how can these be applied to design? Design is a practice that takes a lot organization, especially graphics. When in the initial process stage of any work, itis always a good a idea to make concept maps and word lists. Along with those two, it is always handy to keep a sketchbook around to jot down notes, ideas, observations, and of course various little doodles as you go through the design process. Writer's Toolbox sums up the section by saying that writing is an ongoing process, which we all know is very true of design. Usually what is concentrated on isn't the product of design, but the long grueling process of it all, from seeing the hundreds of initial sketches and of course the hits and miss of the sketch concepts.

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