Quotations From Danzico, Bierut, Johnson

See No Boundaries, by Liz Danzico, My 27, 2010

1, See boundaries can be a disadvantage.

2, Going beyond yourself, then, can become a natural extension of your every day.

Warning: May Contain Non-Design Content, by Michael Bierut

3, I came to realize that my best work always involved subject that interested me, or–even better — subjects about which I have become interested, and even passionate about, through the very process of doing design work.

4, To me, the conclusion is inescapable: the more things you are interested in the better your work will be.

5, Not Everything is design, but design is about everything.

Serendipity, by Steven Johnson

6, By compressing their intake into a matter of days, they give new ideas additional opportunities to network among themselves, for the simple reason that it is easier to remember something that ou read yesterday than it is to remember something you read six months ago.

7, What makes the system truly powerful is the way that it fosters private serendipity.

8, I happen to believe that the Web, as a medium, has pushed the culture toward more serendipitious encounters.

If you would like to search, Here is the key words.

New York Chapter for the AIGA, Robert Wilson, John Rockwell,

Philip Glass, Milton Glaser, Horace Walpole,

John Barth, Kelule’s mythic, Henri Poincare,

DEVONthink, Tim Berners Lee’s original hypertext architecture,

Cass Sunstein’s example of the architecture of serendipity”,

NYTimes.com


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