Hello World



Read Hello World Author Alice Rawsthorn Federicoscridel.eu Hello World Is Alice Rawsthorn S Definitive Guide To Design And Modern LifeDesign Is One Of The Most Powerful Forces In Our Lives When Deployed Wisely, It Can Bring Us Pleasure, Choice, Strength, Decency And Much But If Its Power Is Abused, The Outcome Can Be Wasteful, Confusing, Humiliating, Even Dangerous None Of Us Can Avoid Being Affected By Design, Whether Or Not We Wish To It Is So Ubiquitous That It Determines How We Feel And What We Do, Often Without Our Noticing.Hello World Explores Design S Influence On Our Lives Written By The Renowned Design Critic Alice Rawsthorn And Designed By The Award Winning Book Designer Irma Boom, It Describes How Warlords, Scientists, Farmers, Hackers, Activists And Designers Have Used Design To Different Ends Throughout History From The Macabre Symbol Invented By 18th Century Pirates To Terrorise Their Victims Into Surrender, To One Woman S Quest For The Best Possible Prosthetic Legs And The Evolution Of The World Cup Ball.At A Time When We Face Colossal Changes, Unprecedented In Their Speed, Scale And Intensity From The Deepening Environmental Crisis, To Giant Leaps In Science And Technology Hello World Explains How Design Can Help Us To Make Sense Of Them Andto Turn Them To Our Advantage.Hello World

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Hello World
  • Alice Rawsthorn
  • English
  • 05 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Hello World

  1. says:

    Hello World is a good textbook for someone being introduced to the world of design The author weaves historical and contemporary moments to form an intricate tapestry of what is design and it s purpose It s a non linear account, a collection of classic design lore the London underground map design, the invention of computer interface by xerox, apple s logo evolution, etc used to clarify the author s point of view Such approach makes the bookcompelling for someone who might have previo Hello World is a good textbook for someone being introduced to the world of design The author weaves historical and contemporary moments to form an intricate tapestry of what is design and it s purpose It s a non linear account, a collection of classic design lore the London underground map design, the invention of computer interface by xerox, apple s logo evolution, etc used to clarify the author s point of view Such approach makes the bookcompelling for someone who might have previous knowledge of design history The questions it asks are big, if old and much revised What is design Who is the designer What is good or bad design and how they come about The use of anecdotes to exemplify the broadness of design as a agent of change is interesting, if sometimes shallow.It feelsrelevant as it moves towards current conversations The intricacies of bureaucracy and organizati...

  2. says:

    3.5 StarsThis book was recommended by Paola Antonelli, Senior curator of Design and Architecture at MoMA I can see why as she is mentioned multiple times in the text and featured heavily in the bibliography It is an all around good text on design, covering some breadth of historical examples as well a many contemporary ones As indicated by programming reference in the title, Rawsthorn covers elements of digital and computer design For me these were the most interesting parts of the book Raw 3.5 StarsThis book was recommended by Paola Antonelli, Senior curator of Design and Architecture at MoMA I can see why as she is mentioned multiple times in the text and featured heavily in the bibliography It is an all around good text on design, covering some breadth of historical examples as well a many contemporary ones As indicated by programming reference in the title, Rawsthorn covers elements of digital and computer design For me these were the most interesting parts of the book Rawsthorn also engages with larger questions about the definition of design, what is good design, why design should be sustainable, and the overall responsibly of design She does not shy ...

  3. says:

    There is a big difference between practicing something and critiquing it Which is fine, but this book makes me feel acutely that this is someone who has never practiced design And that s fine, but the criticism doesn t feel very nuanced or attuned to what all of this means either This is a because I like design kind of book But at some point, example after example of design and design history beco...

  4. says:

    Useful historically, very knowledgable and broad coverage of design practice However she s similar to so many thinks design ought to beresponsible, socially deterministic and consequently, intervenein order to give design a broader purpose Can t agree She s also packed it with examples from her friends So can t take the research so seriously More like an in the know view of design Finally, she ignores many broader social and political reasons of why designers do what they do, Useful historically, very knowledgable and broad coverage of design practice However she s similar to so many thinks design ought to beresponsible, socially deterministic and consequently, intervenein order to give design a broader purpose Can t agree She s also packed it with examples from her friends So can t take the research so seriously More like an i...

  5. says:

    Neat and cleanly written introduction, if not exactly revelatory e.g on the effectively manipulative gaucheness of Google s logos, Google s corporate identity excels thanks to its logo s aesthetic flaws I do wonder how persuasive Rawsthorn s centralisation of integrity, which embraces environmental and ethical responsibility in design would be to someone who doesn t already agree with her, as I do conversely I wished forof her sophisticated yet clear analysis of particular examp Neat and cleanly written introduction, if not exactly revelatory e.g on the effectively manipulative gaucheness of Google s logos, Google s corporate identity excels thanks to its logo s aesthetic flaws I do wonder how persuasive Rawsthorn s centralisation of integrity, which embraces environmental and ethical responsibility in design would be to someone who doesn t already agree with her, as I do conversely I wished forof her sophisticated yet cle...

  6. says:

    This book was much broader in scope than I expected Rather than focusing on any one aspect of design, the author discusses design thinking, a form of problem solving that can be generalized to any area The examples discussed are com...

  7. says:

    Interesting history of design thinking, but mostly on the history of product design Got some great snippets, but was left wantingTough topic to encapsulate, however, in one book Perhaps her next one will bepointed.

  8. says:

    Very good, but not great The first few chapters are very insightful However, the rest settles into an essayistic pattern and chapters are bit disconnected.Odd choice of typography Helvetica did not work as main text font.

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