Web design should be empathetic to the problems of others and thus be used to solve them. This then drives value for everyone involved.
Design is as much about the process as about the end result.
Therefore it ought to be focused not so much on making things look pretty – as on problem-solving, questioning, and building confidence in a solution.
It’s good to explore and interrogate ideas and further develop them, working with the client. It doesn’t matter where the idea first comes from.
It could have been the designers idea, or the client may have seen something interesting, or there could be an established ‘look’ already in existence, needing to be further developed.
Nothing is truly original, as everything derives from something else.
Someone invented the wheel. Then someone else, the internal combustion engine. Before someone designed the E type Jag.
Design is about solving problems, listening to people and creating value – not just about making things pretty.
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