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Why travel is so important to designers?

As most of us know, the normal process of broadening one’s knowledge is that you must go to school and study areas that you are interested in, then professors in different areas of expertise will address their specialty and viewpoints so you can pursue and expand your knowledge.  But this is a “textbook” approach to education and has limits to understanding what is really out there in the world and to what scale and complexity. To make experiences and educational outlook more real, travel is…

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Added by Mike Lin on October 4, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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