Reflect on your experiences with disruptive wonder, as described by Kelli Anderson in the video “Kelli Anderson: Disruptive Wonder for a Change.” Are you open to creating disruptive wonder? Is the notion new to you? This entry should be completed no later than Day 7 of Unit 4.
At first, i had to say i really appreciate Kelli Anderson’s disruptive wonder for a change. This is really a new form for me. This disruptive wonder brings me a fresh design ideas; even though the design work have similar elements, through different arrangements can give the audience different psychological feelings, also brings design inspiration to designers. Although i have never used this before, but i have one experience seems like this. When i took typography design class, i need to design a movie book, the layout of the book and content of the book need to design based on the plot and the actors’ attitude. Due to this story happened on the boat, so i decided to design the letters like wave shape. I print the letters on the paper, then cut the bottom half of the letters; then stick these half letters on the paper. Compare to Meggs’ idea, my design is not use a traditional form, but can clearly convey the information, and suitable for the development of the plot. For example, when i put this letter to a wave shape, these disruptive letters looks more freedom. At the same time, through this constant shear and patchwork, i got to know more characteristic about these typographies. I had to say, after watching Anderson’s video, i really admire her creative expression, even though i had tried seem kind of collage, but the outcome doesn’t looks that good, but also very interesting. The design learning process is to get inspiration from different affaires. Her lecture and design works really gave me a lot of inspiration.