When Form Follows Dysfunction

By Peter Cronin | Friday, April 22, 2016 | 1 Comment

As the owners of a full-service branding company, we witness the power of great design on a daily basis. And while most people may not actually take conscious notice of it, we all encounter countless examples of design every day. From the company logo on your t-shirt, to your car’s dashboard, to the office where you spend your working hours, our environment is permeated with design choices, some seamlessly effective, and some, well, not so much. In the video below, the independent radio show “99% Invisible” takes a hard look at one glaring example of shoddy environmental design, and how it can slowly but surely drive us to distraction.*

*A special tip of the Cronin Creative baseball cap to the lovely Kelsey Conner for bringing this cool video to our attention!

 

 

One thought on “When Form Follows Dysfunction

  1. David Bailey says:

    Great job on the Voce project! Its beautiful!

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