Tag Simplicity

101 Things I Learned in Architecture School – Matthew Frederick

I’m not a student of architecture and never have been, but have always loved architecture enough to have more than a superficial interest in the way space is designed. To study architecture is a huge commitment as there are so many disciplines in which you have to skilled and learned, yet it still requires a [...]

The Laws of Simplicity – John Maeda

As the title suggests Maeda has taken a very practical look at simplicity producing a set of laws which you can view as a tool to understand what I’ve now really learned is the oddly complex subject of simplicity.

His intelligent observations on how we’re all drawn to clean, simple design, such as the iPod interface, [...]