The Thin PMS185 Line

“What follows is a critique of the traditional graphic design community and its various instruments, albeit from someone other than a traditional graphic d

“What follows is a critique of the traditional graphic design community and its various instruments, albeit from someone other than a traditional graphic designer. I don’t write this article in order to bring ridicule upon graphic designers, but rather to shine a light on misguided practices and destructive ideals I want kept out of my own segment of the community — interactive/experience design.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE