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Interview with Yu, Pin-chi

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Editor Frank Scott (FS) from DesignPRWire has interviewed designer Yu, Pin-chi (YP) for A’ Design Award and Competition. You can access the full profile of Yu, Pin-chi by clicking here.

Interview with Yu, Pin-chi at Monday 6th of August 2018

FS: Could you please tell us more about your art and design background? What made you become an artist/designer? Have you always wanted to be a designer?
YP: It’s my family business. I dropped out senior high school and went to vocational school. I learned architecture-related graphics ability and engineering practices and experience when I was in the vocational school. I laid solid foundation in this period of time.

FS: What is "design" for you?
YP: Design is a self-cultivationThere is no specific design language and style in the creation field. Because it will reduce designer's creativity and eliminate the chance of the innovation and exploration.I insist on the concept of creative diversity and reflect the spirit of field that makes people feel full of spatial tension.Our design philosophy is to hope that every work is unique. In view of this innovation and unique ability to attract more and more people's attention and then to understand the meaning of the design. Designer is not dependent on the popular culture or customer’s tool. To be a designer who is confident and able to solve problems, to feel sense of satisfaction in his works and always be happy to be yourself.

FS: What kind of emotions do you feel when you design?
YP: I think all of my concepts are not figment of my imagination. Most of them are related to my experience and life. I need to care more about all details things around me and this will be source of my inspiration. To me, I need to feel all the changes of detail microscopically and take a macro perspective to extend the source of new knowledge. This is my training and discipline of design. Through reading, doing and introspection to increase the sense of beauty and cognition of proportional. Reading means the repeated visual impacting. Through the eye to increase diversity works and images, but also not confined little things to inconspicuous fields. Such as vegetable vendors receive cash in the grocery market, or some details in life. All of these may become my source of inspiration or database.So called doing means drawing things for something good or drawing what i think that is good by hands. To memorize it and reinforce the impression at the time.And introspection is to understand the original ideas of the space users or design creators in the creative process.

FS: What makes a design successful?
YP: For me, every projects are a new start, and there is no standard operation process, only a different starting point. Consumers are not professional, so we need to use our professional evaluation and tell them with a simple language. I think design is kind of a process of self-introspection. In order to solve the outer, complex and diversity change issue of people and space, we present our professional knowledge with efficient, high value and systematical in the fields and make it as perfect as possible. This is what we pursue. The project will reflect the inside of the designer for what they received and through their life experience to reinterpret, redefinition and interpret the sense of beauty of space. To express the nature of design and discover the true needs of the project of myself. This procedure can only be achieved through firm belief and unyielding persistence.

FS: Can you describe a day in your life?
YP: I usually take a trip and read some books to increase my life philosophy and life experience. In addition, I am very interesting in streamlined industrial design products. The perfect proportions and lines can lead people to pursue of perfection and increase the impression of viewers also guide people to explore inside. I can learn and obtain knowledge in every moment.


FS: Thank you for providing us with this opportunity to interview you.

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