A design is a pattern or blueprint for the construction of something, the production of which is functional, and/or for the effective performance of an activity, material or procedure, or the output of that construction. The word ‘design’ itself is derived from ‘design’ and’meaning’. So a design is the term used for an ordered pattern of something existing or something that has been designed before. The verb to design indicates the action of creating a design or blueprint.
Designing can take many forms, some of which are described below. One common example of the above type of designing is found in architecture. Architects take the information for a building from the nature, climate and topography of the land. Then they build around that information to produce an efficient building, community or setting. The deep meaning of the word architecture comes from the fact that it is an ordered creation which is the outcome of careful reasoning and analysis.
Designing helps us make things look better, different, attractive and many other ways. It is a good way to express our thoughts and it allows us to share our happiness and pride with others. A simple design may help someone stop and smell the roses in a bouquet when walking in their front yard. It helps people want to go to work every day with the same look in their eyes and feeling that everything they do is worthwhile. This deep meaning of the word design ties into other types of communication such as art, architecture, furniture and other types of industry and making things look better and more beautiful.