In my studies of architecture, especially sacred architecture, I realized that churches, shrines, and temples are all designed by people. There are no blueprints, and few descriptions, for them in most bibles or holy texts - so what you see in them is an expression of design imagination and talent, as much as anything else. I’m confident that most people can appreciate these buildings and designs in a non-religious way, if they choose too.
This weblog started to log the making and release of a book. Well, the book is out and doing well - But what to do here now?
Here’s the plan:
Weekly short pieces on:
- Management, teams and leadership.
- The making of good things.
- Design, technology and creativity.
- Highlights from the pmclinic and uxclinic discussion lists.
Monthly pieces on: