Excerpt from Classroom Practice in Design
All designs made should be for use. This principle is the first and most important consideration in the teaching of applied design to young students. When design is taught as a series of abstract patterns, or when problems are develop... ed which are not applied, but remain paper patterns, the work is taken out of the realm of the real and becomes a mere school exercise. In this guise it is robbed of half its interest. And more than half its value. Until the pupil is brought into contact with the form to be decorated the real problem of design is not presented.
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