“you have to prioritize the design you make, the material you use, the intention you nurture to serve everyone”

N: Awesome! That's why I love this detail. Merve has questions to ask you. Now she will ask you one…

Merve: I study design. But when I draw, I can never draw anything that can be produced. So how does the process of transforming a design into production work?

A: You should prioritize the design you make, the material you use, the intention you nurture to serve everyone before it can be produced. By thinking about the ant, the caterpillar, the tree, the water, the carbon emissions, everything. Build your design perception on demolishing all established systems in the past. Try to think, “I will design such a design that will solve a problem in the world, I will design such a design that will benefit everyone”. The world has a thousand problems and now you will solve it. Therefore, if it is going to be produced, products designed with this in mind should be produced, because there are already enough clothes in the world to wear.