Design Manifesto

I’ve always been intrigued by how designers have the ability to make what they say heard, seen & noticed. The ties established, felt beyond words & images, over time becoming embedded into habits & ethos. Value attributed not by material but by social worth.

It is then painful to know that this trait is being exploited to sell less than desirable habits, goods & lifestyles.

Therefore in the midst of this noise, who & what I speak for is of utmost importance.

If what you have is brilliant, giving fresh insight to the society & making the world a better place, you can be absolutely sure of my effort & time in making your work noticed.

“Don’t just do good design, do good.”

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