If you’ve ever heard of Dieter Rams, the German industrial designer, then perhaps you’re reminded of the diversity of his design skills, from consumer electronics to shelving units that, to a piece, look as simple and fresh today as they did in the decades in which they were designed. I won’t attempt to write his life story – others have done that far better than I – but it is good to occasionally review his Ten Principles of Good Design:


Graphic credit:  Fast Company


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