Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Bronson:"THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF DESIGN"

Design Ethics:

  1. Be truthful, reference correctly, or someone will try and sue your ass off... or kill you.
  2. Identify where your ideas have come from.
  3. Don't steal other peoples ideas/finished products.
  4. Investigate your ideas, product or concepts to be confident of their originality
  5. To produce fine, quality products, to offer the best work i can possibly produce
  6. To not work on projects that endanger fragile ecosystems or environments, or to jeopardize the survival of rare and endangered species and/or wild life. This does not however mean that I'm opposed to the use of fur in clothing, unless the fur  being used is from any endangered or rare animal species. I believe that design projects must not pose a threat to the biodiversity of the local, national and international landscape.
  7. Have a process of where your final product comes from.
  8. Not to work on projects or collaborate with companies, people, businesses or corporations that cross with ideologies, processes or actions that i find as morally or ethically wrong. 
  9. To take on board constructive criticism and use it to better my work process and/or projects.
  10. NOT TO BE SEEN COLLABORATING WITH COMMONERS. (eg. Rachael Elmslie)

Information that can assist and/or inform the individual faced in society and in the graphic design:

2 comments:

  1. not sure about 10 especially when you copy her off the beam links

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