Short, Sweet + To The Point

Hello Everyone!
We are diving right back in with a fantastic, simple list from an essay Keith Yamashita wrote regarding Charles and Ray Eames. It most definitely falls into the “easier said than done” category. Writing a blog falls into that category, too! We do our best- and we need the champions to kick us into high gear every once in a while…So it’s good to be back with a big dose of inspiration. Stay tuned- more coming soon.

The 15 Things Charles and Ray Eames Teach Us

01. Keep good company
02. Notice the ordinary
03. Preserve the ephemeral
04. Design not for the elite but for the masses
05. Explain it to a child
06. Get lost in the content
07. Get to the heart of the matter
08. Never tolerate “O.K. anything.”
09. Remember your responsibility as a storyteller
10. Zoom out
11. Switch
12. Prototype it
13. Pun
14. Make design your life… and life, your design.
15. Leave something behind.


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