Melle Hammer, Amsterdam
Yara Khoury, Beirut
Graphic Thought Facility, London
Skolos Wedell, Boston
James Goggin, Chicago
In his book Designerly Ways of Knowing, Nigel Cross quotes S. A. Gregory: ‘The scientific method is a pattern of problem-solving behavior employed in finding out the nature of what exists, whereas the design method is a pattern of behavior employed in inventing things of value which do not yet exist. Science is analytic; design is constructive.’ Gregory’s eloquent contrast of the scientific and design methods of working positions the designer as one who explores ...