When I was in design school I learned some simple, sage advice about design – it either works or it doesn’t. That was the easy part. We could easily look at one another’s designs and communicate whether we felt the design worked or didn’t work but the real challenge became implementing our own visual language to communicate WHY the design did not work. This process can become very arbitrary based on opinion, vocabulary, design hierarchy and the designer’s personal intent.
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