Shut up

    “Shut up, just shut up, shut up,
    Shut it up, just shut up, shut up.

    Shut up, just shut up, shut up,
    Shut it up, just shut up, shut up.”
    “Shut Up”, Black Eyed Peas, 2003, Elephunk, A&M, Interscope Records.

I am aggressive. But as an amateur designer I believe it is important to have aggression, since it is as important as a brush in Photoshop. Hence, swearing in my own emotional and experimental work I consider totally normal. Design is an emotional work. You try and experiment, make it then ruin it, looking for that something. So while undergoing this whole process, swearing is a normal thing for a designer. It is impossible to go to war without emotions.

  1. The Design Dissertation is one of the most demanding yet potentially most rewarding elements of any design course. Thoughtfully researched, it can be an extremely valuable to your own learning development but also and help you get the job you want. If you look at an article in the Wall Street Journal by Marisa Taylor in September this year she wrote, ‘When asked which skills new college graduates needed to improve most, more than half of the respondents to the question on The Wall Street Journal’s survey of 479 college recruiters named some combination of critical thinking, problem solving skills and the ability to think independently.’ Writing your dissertation will enable you to start developing these valuable thinking, research and writing skills. Thinking critically analytically, synthesizing complicated information, writing well, and organizing your time will all serve you well regardless of the career you begin. The Design Dissertation will help you with thinking differently, critically and creatively. It will help you get a Job and a job better than someone who has not done one. That is what I think, what do you? Mark


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