Algorithmic Design / Computational Design

John Maeda, author of How to Speak Machine, defines three kinds of design:

Classical design—activities which pertain to the design of objects we use in the physical world.

Design thinking—activities that enable companies to put the user at the center of every design decision and to create innovative products focused on human wants and needs.

Computation design—activities involving processors, sensors, memories, actuators, data and networks.

Source: How to Speak Machine | John Maeda

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