Designs Everyone Loves Everywhere
With the expansion of web design in Israel, there's been an explosion of new fonts as traditional fonts designed for the Torah are supplemented with modern and futuristic fonts. Gaining international attention, some of the work has been showcased at the Museum of Modern Art.
Cultural design aesthetics have become less isolated and influence each other to evolve a global design standard as technology spreads. Differences between countries in aesthetics and interactions continue to meld. What is the future of international design? How can we design an experience that people feel connected to and love regardless of their location?
- What are the differences and similarities in web design preferences around the world? How have these changed as the web has become more pervasive?
- What is the cultural basis for differences in design preferences?
- Is it possible to create designs that are equally attractive, engaging and useful to people everywhere in the world? Or should there be separate solutions and websites depending on geographical location?
- What is the future of interaction and visual design as technology continues to make the world smaller? How could design practices from different cultures influence each other and meld?
- How can designing for different languages influence the interaction and visual design? When is it best to consider this into the design process?
- Elizabeth Jensen IBM
Elizabeth Jensen IBM
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