Deconstructing Product Design is a book by William Lidwell and Gerry Manacsa, published by Rockport Publishers in the Fall of 2009. Its purpose is to explore the meaning of “good design” as it pertains to consumer products. Deconstruction here is an exploration of the form, function, and usability of these products by way of emotional response, objective analysis, and subjective commentary.
To that end, we want to know what you think and feel about these products.
If you have actually used any of these products, know interesting or little known facts about them, or have a visceral response or personal perspective that you would like to share, write it up as a comment on this site. A number of online comments submitted prior to publication were selected for inclusion in the print book.
Thank you in advance for sharing your thoughts.
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