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Dieter Ram’s 10 Principles of Good Design

Dieter Ram is an acclaimed German industrial designer. He somehow believes that design is absolute—that the more you remove the unnecessary parts the more essential things you get from an entity. He has left some designs that show he walks what we talks. For me, he is one of the best minimalist designers. Here, we have his ten principles for good design that he developed through self-introspection about how good his design is. The text of these principles was sourced from Vitsoe (www.vitsoe.com).















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