What is the value of your design?

This week’s readings are more focusing on “what is the value of your design?” This comes from the shape fo design, chapter 10 “Give and Gift.” I think good design is quantified by the experience of its recipient and harkens back to the primacy of the listener or audience. This also is the gift’s real significance. If I design products that are trying to improve my target audience’s life, I should get a good comment from my audience. This is the value of design, I also believe the more time we spend on, the more valuable of the product. I also agree that a piece of tiny thing becomes something that is very very unique inspiring and very mine. Thus, I should stop and look around me. There must be something that is an aspect of the work’s value that can not be described in dollars and cents. These things may help me to improve my design ideas.

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