“Spectrum”, principally, a design created with elements including line, shape, color, value and texture that are put together using principles of unity, variety, emphasis, balance and scale. Scientifically, spectrum is defined as a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary, without steps, across a continuum. Design spectrum in our sense refers to a principle of design varieties that contributes to a way to combine the visual elements to achieve elaborate and complex relationships in different angles. It reflects the varieties and diversity of the shape, space, color and light, to raise our cultural and socio-economic awareness of this vulnerable world.
The 5th Rangsit University International Design Symposium "Work in Progress 5: Design Spectrum" 28th April, 2017
As designers we craft, make, and invent physical object, spaces, and visual images to cultivate a quality of life. Design is not an isolated object of beauty, but an integral part of everyday life. We have seen that design can be a powerful force that changes the way of life, behavior, culture, education, way of communication, and our perception of the world. The motivations behind what we design are very critical. Our questions, assumptions, experiments, and solutions have proven that design can improve lives and find powerful solutions for man and his environment. Our efforts have been successful, but there is still much more.