'Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.'

Charles Eames

'To design is to communicate clearly by whatever means you can control or master.'
Milton Glaser

Activity - In a Modify & Improve do it now you are to spend 5 minutes sketching and annotating ergonomic modifications to the products shown.

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

Spend 5 minutes sketching this product improving two aspects of it by changing and/or adding ergonomic design elements

 

Annotate your designs explaining where and why you made the modifications

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