A great client brings more great clients; conversely, a bad one brings worse ones.
The answer is in the problem, not in a magazine, not in another designer’s work. If you keep digging you’ll find the answer in the question.
You’ll never forget anything you have created. It just becomes part of your language.
Design things where the user can participate, but don’t let the product lose its identity. Strike a balance between identity and diversity.
The Bodoni Table (and why design is one): http://vignellidesign.tumblr.com/post/1560385711/the-bodoni-table
Our work will appear consistent from the beginning, but it has undergone continuos refinement, to become more and more essential.
Whatever you do, if it’s not understood, it’s a waste of time.
Vulgarity is anything that is not refined. There is no beauty in vulgarity. A vulgar woman is never beautiful.
Great designs can be achieved without the use of the grid, but the grid is a very useful tool to guarantee results.
Good design is intellectually elegant. It contributes to civilization just as good literature, good music or good movies do.