While I don’t normally post articles, I found this one very interesting. It is from yesterday’s New York Times. “How to Ruin Great Design” by Alice Rawsthorn.
“Bad design comes in many forms. Things that are unsafe. Things that don’t work properly, or are unnecessarily complicated. Things that are ethically or environmentally unsound. Crimes against design are different. They deprive us of the joy of great design, by wrecking or replacing it.”