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You have to create a movement and you have to invite and inspire others to join that movement.
For everything you do, you can design all you want, but if you don't have a market, no one will buy it.
Does this need to be said?
Apply your skills to pay the bills.
A thousand dollars has a limit to what you can buy, but it has no limit of what it can lead to.
You shouldn't have to ask permission to create something effectively new.
I think if a business doesn't have a higher purpose than making money, it doesn't really have a right to be a business.
It's up to us what we build.
I actually believe that design can change the world.
You may ask yourself what is the point, and I don't think there is a point, so why not do something and have a good time.
There's a sort of freedom to do whatever it is I want to do, which I guess is the definition of being an artist.
Happiness is not about money, it's about the things that money sometimes gives you access to.
My goal as a designer is to make one thing that is great. And I'm not even close yet.
Inside all of us is this burning desire to contribute something meaningful to the world.
Design isn't about you. It's about the user.
Being loud and passionate and showing other people what you are really into can never hurt.
Don't be the best one in the room. Go be somewhere where you can learn from other people.
Work is a very tangible thing that we can invest to go after the jobs that we want.
Find your own voice by looking inside yourself and pulling out and amplifying what is already there.
I make coffee because it makes me happy.
Søren Stiller Markussen
I believe that designers can fix the economy.
The magic doesn't live in your computer or your keyboard. It lives in your ability to manipulate the tools that you have at your disposal to reach what you're imagining in your mind.
There's really only one magic happening between arts and technology, and that magic is design.
Origami fed my need to understand things, to solve problems, and to be creative all at the same time.
Knowing what the problem is doesn't mean that you know how to solve the problem.