It was during one of yet another hot summer days we experienced last year, when the first inspiration of my thesis project occurred to me. At the time, I was reading a series of books called “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. The books dealt with issues regarding importance of managing personal finance assets, and how such matters are taken lightly by many, although they bear great importance. Reading those books came to my mind as a fresh stream of water soaking dry earth. Being an art student from college, I seldom gave deep thoughts about my financial issues. Becoming the best designer I could be was the only thing I had in mind, and I have to admit that I was leaning on to the thought of an old saying, ‘once you become what you want to be, everything will follow afterwards’. It was then, which I realized that the realm of the reality has taken a silent, yet steady step towards my life and I can not rely on the ideals forever, that there are things other than becoming a great designer that I should spare my soul to. Some may accuse my thoughts being too one sided and sudden. I agree with them. However, it was a nice starting point. Throughout this paper, I will document my theory, of which I had developed and changed over the two semesters period given, and the process and results within.
Douglas Choi. Infoworks.
2001. Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses; 2001 . New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
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