Welcome Constraints in Design

Post by Ben Edwards

Often times the best designs come about when the designer is forced to deal with constraints. In this case some terrific architecture and landscape design has come out of the space constraints presented by the rooftops of urban buildings.

When designers are forced to think about space differently they will come up with ideas and concepts that they would not have otherwise.

I am hoping to see some very interesting things in iPhone application design and pushing what that platform has done and can do in terms of the interface and experience.

About Ben Edwards

Designer of information and interactions; contributes as much with enthusiasm and drive as anything else; generalist; can migrate easily between discussions of databases, use cases, and Photoshop techniques; avid blogger (from the days when it didn't have a name); critic of bad design; organized and presented at the minnebar (un)conference in Minneapolis; married, no children, dog; loves travel. alttext.com, minnestar.org, @alttext
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One Response to Welcome Constraints in Design

  1. James Walker says:

    You are absolutly right. I was at http://www.svcmart.com and It has a section for service providers and you can send proposals for projects that are posted on there.

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