The most important thing to learn as a designer is how to design for your client and their needs, and not for your portfolio.
If you design for the needs of your client and solve their unique problems, the portfolio will take care of itself.
Instead of working in one defined style or latching onto the latest “cool” trend, a designer must approach each project with a fresh perspective, making each project great in its own right. The goal for every new project should be:
1. Solve the clients’ problems.
2. Make sure their brand is not put on the back burner because of a personal design choice. Doing great design is elevating a brand.
3. Lastly, don’t accept that a brand is set in stone. Use your talents to elevate and evolve the clients brand. This can be tricky as it is important to keep the brand guides in check, but all brands do evolve and great designers evolve them.
Precision engineering and classic design are embodied in the first turntable from AMG (Analog Manufaktur Germany), the Viella 12 or simply, V12. The AMG turntable line was created by a group of audio industry experts to advance the art of vinyl playback
Made of one piece of gorgeously weathered hardwood and natural jute fiber rope she stands about 11″ high, 3.5″ wide, and 14″ from the back two feet to the front. The main body lovingly cradles a 30 watt Marconi filament bulb (included!) seated in a hanging lamp socket with built in switch. The lamp plugs in to a standard outlet with the attached ~6 foot lamp cord.
When lit this lamp glows a beautiful amber orange, which when paired with the weathered grays of the wood makes for a really nice glow that will complement any room in your house