Write a paragraph or two on something you learned about design from watching “Objectified.” It might be something that surprised you or changed your thinking, or something about designers themselves—anything, really. But remember, keep it relevant, well-written and smart. Amusing is great, too.

This post is due Tuesday Nov. 9 at 11 a.m.

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  1. While watching “Objectified,” the first thing that came to my mind was “Unwrapped.” Unwrapped is a television show that displays how different candy/snacks/beverages are made. Of course, my mind automatically went to food. From “Objectified” I drew connections to another television show, “How It’s Made.” I’ve always been so intrigued and curious as to how everything has came to be as it is today.
    One quote I captured from “Objectified” is, “…from the moment they wake up, almost everything that fills our world has been designed.” This blows my mind. My bed was designed. My laptop I’m typing on has been redesigned so many times. The Mountain Dew bottle next to be has been designed. It’s crazy to think about. As a child, I always asked too many questions. How did a hairbrush become a hairbrush? How did we get here? How do we even exist?! Now, I ‘m getting off topic, but my questions are endless.

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