Quotes by John Maeda

John Maeda
The museum of the living world is always open for business. Admission is free. |

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The typeface doesn't really matter, as long as the text is good. |

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By the time you've arrived at the perfect solution, the problem will have already changed. Thus "good enough" is truly so. |

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Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful. |

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Design makes what is complex feel simpler, and what is simpler feel richer. |

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Art is a disorder, to diss order. |

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Pessimism loves company. Optimism makes companies. |

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This feeling of discomfort you have: If you can live with it your entire life, you’ll be unusually successful. Because you have to survive somehow. For those of you on autopilot, you don’t have to work that hard. That’s why I’ve changed fields a lot, because once I know how to do something, I lose interest. And you don’t grow. So I’d say it’s good you don’t fit in. |

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