Posted March 31st, 2009 by BillyRaygun in Modern Exhibit Design
Many of us know the phrase, "Form Follows Function." It is a part of the industrial design terminology to describe how a product was inspired - usually from the function of the product itself. Form follows the function, once an innovative and curious phrase, now seems to be overused as much as box frame laminate and fabric construction is used in the exhibit business. It is so 1990's!
Consumer product design begins with an underlying function that is engineered to meet a specific need, or solve a problems that consumers experience daily. To make a long story short, product design has value and can truly make someone else's life easier. It can be measured and as a result can be appreciated.
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