"The dismantling and reimagining of digital interfaces and digital tools to stimulate and reshape our realities." Design has become a highly digital process. We have grown to be accustomed to multiple online or digital spaces.
It is important to maintain integrity through responsibility within the interface. Anarchy comes into play in order to create space for critical world-building.
Natalie Davis' DIGITAL ANARCHY: A GUIDEBOOK was created to help absolve redundancy and biases in design and creative processes as a whole. By anatomizing projects, methodologies, or systems where tensions occur, people lead to new discoveries and pathways for innovation. It is here to explain how to embrace the fundamentally creative capabilities at their full capacities. By embracing spaces of experimentation, freedom, integrity, and dysfunctionality, we are able to make way to understanding and creating new connections and pathways for design.
The guidebook is sized in DIN A6 to function as something easy to grab and reference. It uses a combination of light, bold, and handwritten text.
German-American artist and designer.
As a professional, I intend to use my years of art and design experience to combine the two into a unique craft.
A good design is something which can be used and experienced. I also enjoy a design which has experimental aspect to it, something which has not been done before. Different approaches to similar products and/or designs intrigue me.
I believe to have become more assured on my attitude towards life.
I will continue working and I would like to spend time to reacquaintance myself with my artwork and my workflow now that I will have the time to explore what I have learned from the last years in university.