You make some large and provocative statements in your last post
about the amount of research that has been encoded into design
software, thus increasing the efficiency and output of design
practice. Would you be able to provide the list with some specifics
to support your claim. It would be helpful to know exactly which
areas, which software, and which kinds of work you are referring to.
Professor Emeritus of Design History
Department of Art History
University of Illinois at Chicago
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Chicago, IL 60607-7039