Becoming a Designer

Becoming a Designer by Ruth Artmonsky

Designers come in all shapes and sizes and apply their talents to an enormous range of things, from books to refrigerators, to clothes, to stage scenery. Can such a motley crew be grouped together under one head; and have their diverse passions common roots?

Becoming a Designer traces the early development of talent in a range of designers to explore the possibility that a unique combination of personality characteristics along with a visualising sensitivity makes design success predictable from an early age.

Becoming a Designer
Ruth Artmonsky
148 pp