vision

I spent a week in Switzerland last month for work – walking by shops, eating on it’s streets, and working in a building that overlooked a cobblestone plaza. In my off hours, I found myself wandering the streets exploring my surroundings. Upon arrival, I quickly became impressed with the strong quality of human scale that existed in the city where I was living. Everything from the streets, building size, and landmarks resonated an existence in harmony with the people that lived there. This is what I describe as human scale – a design quality of an experience, system, or device that expresses a strong sense of the creator’s own scale as a limiting constraint of development.

M.H. Sonneveld was one of the most influential and informative authors I discovered during my capstone literature review. His writings helped me understand the role…

One of my teachers began talking about one of my favorite topics in yesterday’s lecture–the “biology” of seeing. Graphic designers and artists have long employed…