15 min

Design is Art with Rules Design Tomorrow

    • Design

There is no good definition of design. In this episode, Chris talks about what distinguishes design from art, and how accountability plays a unique role in making the distinction clear.
Links
4'33", by John Cage
The scene sampled at the end of the episode is from "A Matter of Perspective," Season 3, Episode 14 of Star Trek: The Next Generation. You can view the clip here.
Music
Wilt, by r beny
Mercurial Vision, by Blue Dot Sessions
ektar, by r beny
Credits
Design Tomorrow is produced by Chris Butler at the Tomorrow office in Durham, NC. You can follow the show on Twitter @dsgntmrrw, visit the show's website at designtomorrow.co, or email Chris directly at chris @ designtomorrow.co.
Thanks for listening, and remember, what we do and think today can create a better tomorrow.
After-Credits Links
“Conservatively, our prison story cost roughly $350,000. The banner ads that appeared in it brought in $5,000, give or take.”
An Open Letter to Managers of Women
This clock writes the time
Victorians Wanted to Contact Aliens Using Giant Mirrors
Study Finds That People’s Brains Show a Neural Spike When a Friend’s Brain is Stimulated
3,000 year old intact ostrich egg
Principles of Two-Dimensional Design, by Wucius Wong

There is no good definition of design. In this episode, Chris talks about what distinguishes design from art, and how accountability plays a unique role in making the distinction clear.
Links
4'33", by John Cage
The scene sampled at the end of the episode is from "A Matter of Perspective," Season 3, Episode 14 of Star Trek: The Next Generation. You can view the clip here.
Music
Wilt, by r beny
Mercurial Vision, by Blue Dot Sessions
ektar, by r beny
Credits
Design Tomorrow is produced by Chris Butler at the Tomorrow office in Durham, NC. You can follow the show on Twitter @dsgntmrrw, visit the show's website at designtomorrow.co, or email Chris directly at chris @ designtomorrow.co.
Thanks for listening, and remember, what we do and think today can create a better tomorrow.
After-Credits Links
“Conservatively, our prison story cost roughly $350,000. The banner ads that appeared in it brought in $5,000, give or take.”
An Open Letter to Managers of Women
This clock writes the time
Victorians Wanted to Contact Aliens Using Giant Mirrors
Study Finds That People’s Brains Show a Neural Spike When a Friend’s Brain is Stimulated
3,000 year old intact ostrich egg
Principles of Two-Dimensional Design, by Wucius Wong

15 min