|Do you believe the newer generations are better at designing?
I think that design changes with the times, but inform the future. The Egyptians, the Romans, etc., created beautiful designs that are still awesome to us for the things they created in the past with so little tools. I can not say that we are better at designing than them. It is just part of the cultural evolution and the needs of an era.
in some way, yes, but i believe that even the older generations have there moments that i think than nobody can surpass it, like one of my favorite artist Salvador Dalí. and on the other hand the new generations have an influence from the older so based on that they create new things that astonish you.
I believe the creativity is extremely brilliant in newer generations. The designers and tailors who paved the way for people like me did an AWESOME at constructing flawless garments. Multiple layers, beautiful stitching and very couture.
Not necessarily. I think every generation has had good and bad design. I think, like a lot of old movies, music, fashion, that the designers and artists were a little more creative and original. But, like Kelly Wearstler, there are new designers that are brilliant.
No. Newer generations are sometimes particularly adept at technology.
That's a pretty hard question to answer. There's definitely a lot more design these days than there used to be — just with the many media platforms available to us now, and the demand for graphic visuals in all manner of guises. I would say new generations are getting better at designing for a broad range of disciplines, but whether the quality of the design is better is arguable. What's for sure, is there have been amazing designers and there'll be more amazing designers to come.
There is a great deal of programs available now that were not when I started. However, I think it is up to the designer to stay abreast of the programs and trends. So I do not believe that "newer" generations are better at designing. It just means the rest of us have to work a little harder.
no because they couldn't function without their computers. I started out doing some literal cut and paste jobs. I'm only 34 but I know the ways of old and I know typography, I try to be the personification of balance between the new and the old.
No. I think it has nothing to do with it. Every person has their own style, motivation and purpose.
Design is organic. It's constantly growing and changing. To compare a hot shot designer fresh out of school to the likes of Milton Glaser is like comparing Lady Gaga to Bob Dylan. Whether we like it or not, there's always going to be a market for "crazy." It's called capitalism.
It depends on what you mean designing? there are so many different genres and sub mediums now its ridiculous. Taking graphic design for instance, you have the rule of more equals less but then you have visually rich work that immerses you just as well. As far as I am concerned, nothing beats years of experience but that's not a rule its a perspective.
Not necessarily, each designer has his or her own style and view of the world, which makes him or her very unique. I cannot say that Paul Rand is too old to not understand the new style of design; he's one of the most respected artist the newer generations can know...
In the designing world, you always need to be open-minded if you want to shine.
We believe the newer generation are always better for Design as a subject. Newer ideas come from experiments of newer generation to make design more fulfilling and exciting.
I think that all generations of artists have strengths and weaknesses, but I prefer to look at the history of illustration and advertising and do a new spin or twist to make it more modern. I'm very inspired by old Graphis covers and the illustrations of the 50's
No, they have better tools to play with.
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