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“Poems are not just form; they always also have a function — as does design. They intend to convey a deeper truth. They want to evoke feelings that (hopefully) result in a certain experience — as does design. In this sense, poems serve as an interface between author and reader who engage in an asynchronous dialog (Adler & Van Doren, 2014) — as does design, just with users instead of readers.”
Beyond form and function: Design is poetry →
By Maximilian Speicher
The UX Collective is an independent design publication that elevates unheard design voices, reaching over 500k+ designers every week.
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