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    This graphic design project was an excellent opportunity for me to work with an outstanding industrial designer and a visionary, Professor Brian … Read More
    This graphic design project was an excellent opportunity for me to work with an outstanding industrial designer and a visionary, Professor Brian Burns. He wrote a book comprised of eight sections, the first six contain a series of sub-sections (bite-sized – they are too brief to be called chapters), and apply to a broad range of design issues, including design terminology, research, semantics, process, and ecosustainability. The book is softcover, printed on Enviro100 paper, and is a valuable addition to a library of design students, those helping them learn, and to a few seasoned professionals, who never stop to learn. Read Less
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People Want Toast not Toasters
Book about Lessons and Maxims for Design and Designing
Author: Brian Burns
Design isn't just about ideas
The purpose is to have a reader in the condition of continually asking questions.

This graphic design project was an excellent opportunity for me to work with an outstanding industrial designer and a visionary, Professor Brian Burns. He wrote a book comprised of eight sections, the first six contain a series of sub-sections (bite-sized – they are too brief to be called chapters), and apply to a broad range of design issues, including design terminology, research, semantics, process, and ecosustainability.
The book is published by Buschek Books and is the second one in Brian Burns' series of literature about responsible design.

The book is softcover, printed on Enviro100 paper, and is a valuable addition to a library of design students, those helping them learn, and to a few seasoned professionals, who never stop to learn.