If there is any lesson I am going to take away from the two ted talks and the practice assignments, it’s that there truly is no completely right way to go about designing pieces of art. Designs are entirely subjective. The designs these two speakers praised could be seen as completely horrendous in the eyes of other people. The mock designs I myself created in the tutorials were pretty bad in my opinion, but perhaps if I showed my work to another person they would think the mock ups were really good. Out of all of these, it was David Carson who resonated with me the most. The reason for this is not to complicated. It really comes down to the fact that in his presentation, Carson offers clear examples of why art, and designs in particular, can resonate with different people in completely different ways, which again, is something I myself have always believed.