Regardless of one's feelings about intelligent design, there's no question that the February 2018 design trends are intelligent. Design in the broadest sense is incredibly pervasive, which is especially clear when looking at the design trends here; they range from pure graphic design to products and industrial designs.
Design is at its best when it helps people to carry out their everyday tasks in the most expedient and pleasant way possible. The ergonomic scissors from designers Lucy Yip, Sarah Koh and Sophie Lin are a great example of that. Without fundamentally changing the functionality of scissors, the designers found a way to make the common tool far easier on one's hands — something that people who use scissors frequently, like those working in the garment industry, will surely appreciate.
Top 100 Design Trends in February
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Locally Sourced Custom Furniture
Chromatic Home Concepts
Modernized Camping Shelters
Award-Winning Pet Houses
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