On this segment of Incomplete thoughts, Justin shares extemporaneous thoughts on the ever blurring lines between design and art. In an effort to root the thoughts of this episode in some historical context, Justin provides a passage from Bruno Munari's 1966 publication of Design as Art.
With the rise of UX Design, particularly in American cities, reconsidering the delicate balance between form and function has never been more apparent than right now. Specifically, we all must ask the question of "what role does aesthetic play in actually lifting the human experience in 2020?"
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