Why hello there!

My name is Chelsea, I am design student at the University of Central Oklahoma. I am a creature of habit and I enjoy designing things that impact and change the way we think, view or interpret the world around us. I am interested in deep thinking design, design for social change and industrial design. As a junior in my program, I have been given fantastic opportunities to develop conceptually and create a well crafted, thoughtful body of work. I find one of the essential aspects of design is process. It is extremely important to cross your T’s and dot you i’s when it comes to establishing yourself as a designer. So, I have dedicated this WordPress blog to understanding my own process, as well as, researching other students, designers, and agencies process.

Steve said it best, “The system is that there is no system. That doesn’t mean we don’t have process. But that’s not what it’s about. Process makes you more efficient. However Plato understood process as, “We do not learn; and what we call learning is only a process of recollection.” but one can only image the true power of process. To me, process can bring imagination to life, change someones character, or give a company a direction. We all carry process thouout our daily lives, however, it’s the unconscious thought and natural development that I find fascinating. Design is a structure, but as the same time it is as organic as a flower, it breaths, it adapts and it can move societies forward in uncountable ways. I just hope to be a small part of the larger picture.

Thank you for stopping by.

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