William J. Hannon, Professor of Industrial Design, Massachusetts College of Art; Partner, Keohan + Hannon Associates
What do Leonardo da Vinci, Raymond Loewy, and Norman Bel Geddes have in common? They all had extraordinary drawing skills—talents that enabled them to exploit sketching as a pathway for analyzing complex problems and devising innovative solutions. Bill Ha
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