Every time you wake up each day to dress up for work, drive your car to work, and facilitate your daily tasks within the confines of an office building, have you ever stopped to think about the design of literally everything you’ve used in a given day? What about the physical objects that surround you which exist to provide a specific function to make your life that much easier to manage? Such questions aren’t exactly the kind of things that the average person doesn’t think of on a conscious level, but they very well should be considering how important the element of design is to the daily life of humanity in general.
Design quite literally encompasses every single detail of human life, from the how vehicles and skyscrapers look, how mobile devices are created, and even how visual advertisements for a wide array of products and services are conceived in order to generate the strongest emotional response from consumers. Most people tend to overlook or underestimate the presence of design that they often take this element for granted. If society as a whole would understand the immense value of design, then people all over the world would probably be more grateful to the way they go through the motions of their hectic lives.