How the rules associated with good design relate to the human factor

Preparation: Using “10 Designers on 10 Iconic Dieter Rams Designs,” By Heather Corcoran, Sept. 30, 2014 – available as a website link on Canvas – find one iconic Rams’ object to use to respond to the following question. This should have been done before class. Question: Using one Dieter Rams object argue how the rules associated with good design relate to the human factor using one of the articles we read previously in relationship to the Marcus article, “Disavowing Craft at the Bauhaus,” which you read for today. Methods/ Advice: The trick is to have a clear thesis and to argue using your thesis as a method to produce a discussion between two texts that may present opposing or similar views. For example, it would be very easy to argue using the Super Normal text as your other source to focus on the role of the user or the role of intuition or how using as little design as possible both defines good design and prioritizes the user. Whatever your thesis is, you must argue using the object you have chosen to ground evidence. Form: 500 words or one-page maximum. There must be a clear thesis. Paragraphs must be used. While OCADU has a policy that negates marking for grammar or spelling, if what is submitted is illogical or illegible, it will be marked as such. Use paragraphs, sentences and punctuation and follow an outline. Another book you might need to find online is Super Normal: Sensations of the Ordinary (Fukasawa & Morrison, 2007)

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