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 DEVELOPING A DESIGN FROM A THEME (2)

V. Ryan 2012

 

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HOW TO INCORPORATE A DESIGN THEME IN A FINAL DESIGN
 
Product Designers sometimes select features from a design movement or the work of a known designer and apply them to their own designs. For example, Art Deco (1930s) is a recognised style of design. Some Art Deco design features are regularly applied to modern designs. Designs from this era sometimes exhibit geometrical shapes, substantial angles and generous curves. They also displayed subtle and delicate features and colour schemes.
 
The plain table below has already seen some development. It is now time to apply Art Deco features, to enhance the overall aesthetics. A simple design can be transformed using this technique.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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