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  2. Brief History "Form Follows Function" is credited to American architect Louis Sullivan, the father of modernism Form Follows Function Sources "Form is choosing the size, colors, fonts, and images based on the function and arranging the text and graphics so that the poster. Reply
  3. Design Clichés 'Form follows function' joins a host of other clichés in popular culture and design. Less is more. Make it pop. Think outside the box. But 'form follows function' is one of those. Reply
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  6. Mar 14,  · However, design requires a function. If the design is visually striking, then it may also be considered art. Of course art and design overlap, but without function (design), it’s just form (art). From the birth of good design standards came the idea that form follows function. Reply
  7. Aug 01,  · The phrase "form follows function" was coined by architect Louis H. Sullivan in his essay "The Tall Office Building Artistically Considered." The statement refers to the idea that a skyscraper's exterior design should reflect the different interior functions. Reply
  8. Mar 23,  · You’ve likely heard the phrase “form follows function,” but have you really thought about what it means or what it implies about Web design? On the surface, “form follows function” seems to make a lot of sense. The way something looks should be determined by its purpose. Is this really true? Does the phrase hold up upon deeper inspection? . Reply
  9. Every designer encounters the mantra "Form follows function" at some point in their career, most times toward the very beginning of their introduction to design disciplines. It has always been a. Reply

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