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A design manifesto is a declaration of design motives and ideals. It is often political and artistic. It pertains to an individual or group of individuals. We have documented manifestos dating as far back as 1883. Their predecessors, religious creeds, date back even further.
My design manifesto is built of three principles that guide my design decisions. They are:
the action of making an idea, feeling, or impression known or understandable to someone
the quality of being coherent and intelligible
the quality or state of being concise (brief but comprehensive)
Definitions were sourced from the New Oxford American Dictionary and the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.