Why would you design something if it didn't improve the human condition?
The less there is of a phone, the more I like it.
Today the telephone takes precedence over everything. It reaches a point of terrorism, particularly at dinnertime.
It looks like a galosh with electronics in it.
My ideal office wouldn't have a chair. You would do two things there: stand up or lie down. These are the body's most natural positions.
When design springs from an understanding of the people who are going to use a product, you begin to see forms that you would never have imagined.
The best way to know what people want is not by asking them, but by understanding them,