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What Eating A Burger A Week Reveals About Good Design

27/02/2014

In a creative rut? Your new muse awaits at the nearest In-n-Out.Hamburgers often seem anti-design. There are no clean lines or carefully (...)
In a creative rut? Your new muse awaits at the nearest In-n-Out.Hamburgers often seem anti-design. There are no clean lines or carefully chosen pantone colors in greasy patties of ground beef. Even the most meticulous arrangement of lettuce, tomato, and ketchup gets pretty gnarly-looking after a few bites. But make no mistake: the hamburger is a design teacher as wise as any color theorist or expert typographer.Read Full Story     In a creative rut? Your new muse awaits at the nearest In-n-Out.Hamburgers often seem anti-design. There are no clean lines or carefully chosen pantone colors in greasy patties of ground beef. Even the most meticulous arrangement of lettuce, tomato, and ketchup gets pretty gnarly-looking after a few bites. But make no mistake: the hamburger is a design teacher as wise as any color theorist or expert typographer.Read Full Story    
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