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Monday, November 23rd, 2009 Ideas, Links

4 Comments to Inderal Cost

  1. Hi Mike,
    I really liked your article and I think its interesting you chose to cover this topic. It is something some of us talked about a lot as we struggled through the chair quarter. There seems to be a divide in our studio between the play-it-safers and the risk takers, and the divide is a source of much frustration for both sides…

    Do you think that the chair project, given the timeline and lack of training in technical skills leading up to it, is meant as a forced-risk project in our curriculum? After each project I have gotten a better perspective on the bigger lessons learned, and I do feel like the chair is a purposely risky proposition.

  2. Carly on November 25th, 2009
  3. Carly – I think the chair project has so much history at UC that it’s hard to remember why it’s a good project! But you bring up a good point – one of the things that makes it great is that it’s really tough! Pair that challenge with a subject matter that most designers are eager to take on and you get great results. (In fact, you might even be able to argue that the more conservative designs from this studio are historically less successful. But that’s another article…)

    Ideally, all projects should present challenges to students packaged in something they’re excited to work on. Maybe they shouldn’t all be as tough as designing and building a chair, but I think in the future we should be aware of these projects and use them very purposefully.

  4. Michael on November 25th, 2009
  5. There is a great conversation about risk-taking over at LinkedIn’s Industrial Design group. Check it out and join the discussion!

  6. Michael on November 29th, 2009
  7. I recently came upon a video that made me think of this article. It expands on the idea of failure as it relates to designers. One of the big points that I drew from the video is the idea that for example, the Air Force or FAA has an engineering failure protocol if a plane were to crash, but designers more often than not (within any of my short experiences), have no methods of analyzing past projects. The tendency is to only look at the few products that have performed at a high level.

    Here’s the video…


  8. Aaron on April 27th, 2010

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