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"It nearly moved me to tears," a Ford executive once said of a Michael Santoro car design. "It's the best set of proportions I've ever seen on a sedan." In the early '90s Santoro was an upstart designer largely responsible for turning Chrysler's fortunes around with his radical cab-forward concepts and dropped-headlight-fender trucks, and me and my ID classmates were lucky enough to visit his Detroit studio. There we saw some of the most mind-blowing ID sketching I've ever seen, all done in one color with a Berol Prismacolor. I thought of this as I saw, of all things, these "Where People Run" maps released by Dr. continued... Woman shopping for groceries in South Korea at a HomePlus display using her mobile phone Earlier this month, Adaptive Path held the Service Experience conference in San Francisco, CA. Service Design is an emergent area of design thinking that's been percolating in design circles for many years. Swimming in Culture Illustration from David Gray's presentation.
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