The process of bringing together innovation, aesthetics, and functionality to plan and create a product, process or system to meet the artistic, industrial or performance requirement of an individual or group. The Design Process involves a series of activities where an idea is conceived, shaped, developed, produced and then acted upon to produce a designed-product. It also includes any subsequent alteration of a designed-product (redesign or retrofit).
Level: Component A plan-under-development for an artistic or engineered object, an activity which requires research, modeling, iterative adjustment, and re-design. Also used for the act of originating and developing such a plan.
a decorative or artistic work; "the coach had a design on the doors"
create the design for; create or execute in an artistic or highly skilled manner; "Chanel designed the famous suit"
create designs; "Dupont designs for the house of Chanel"
A framework or scheme of pictorial construction which the artist bases the formal organization of his total work. In a broader sense, it may be considered as synonymous with the term, form.
A framework or scheme of construction on which artists base the nature of their total work. In a broader sense, design may be considered synonymous with the term form.
Artistic process placing images and/or words into camera-ready copy.
1) The selection and arrangement of the formal elements in a work of art; the expression of the artist's conception in terms of a composition.
(In this case) Noun: A decorative or artistic work; Verb: to create a design, create or execute in an artistic or highly skilled manner. Graphic Design -- The branch of visual arts concerned with the aesthetics and production of layout, design and typography to communicate an idea or concept Web Design -- The production of the look and feel of a site and all its visual elements including page layout, background and spot imagery, color scheme, typography, navigation buttons, etc. Design for Print -- As Graphic Design, above, but specifically for the print medium.