"What's it like to do design work in Asia?" It's a question I'm often asked. Hong Kong is a rather small territory with 7 million inhabitants. The city and surrounding area have generally accepted technology as a way of life; in Hong Kong the words "design," "innovation," and "experience" are used commonly in business conversation and are generally associated with worldwide fashion brands and the professions of industrial and interior design. The nature of the work and the challenges one faces vary a great deal, as do the individual designers' skills and proficiency. Designers work not only in the…
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