A Virtual Design Studio: Today's Opportunity for Effective Electronic CreativityBy Eugene Sulek, Chief Industrial Designer, Texas Instruments
Information technology can make vital contributions to the creative interface among people and organizations. Over the past fifteen years, the design group at Texas Instruments (TI) has invested in computers as a pathway linking various divisions and creative minds within the corporation. What has emerged is an approach to which Gene Sulek refers as the "Virtual Design Studio," where interactive information technology permits project input to come from any discipline linked by the TI network, from any place on the globe, twenty-four hours a day.
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