Be Wrong. Design Wrong

Scott Dadich explains the importance of purposefully creating designs that are wrong in his article "Be Wrong," first appearing in WIRED, October 2014, 126.

Cover of WIRED, October 2014: The Design Issue

Cover of WIRED, October 2014: The Design Issue

Scott takes you through a history of examples of designing wrong from the famous painter of dancers, Edgar Degas, through modern day technology of smartphones and apps.

Altogether, WIRED's October 2014 issue has many great articles about design and how it's perfected across multiple areas of society and technology. It's definitely worth reading.

Cover spread for the article "Be Wrong" by Scott Dadich, WIRED, October 2014.

Cover spread for the article "Be Wrong" by Scott Dadich, WIRED, October 2014.

Kris Black

Kris Black is a user experience designer & developer building websites and mobile apps at truematter. Kris is also a partner at black&hue, specializing in building websites on Squarespace for small businesses, creative professionals, and entrepreneurs.

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