Design educators are reinventing the industry from the inside out as employers are less interested in students' ability to sketch, and more interested in their ability to think and communicate strategically.
From clothes to curtains to carpet to couches to chairs to car seats, fibers are ubiquitous part of design. What you may not know is that fibers are also responsible for the first programmable computer.
Savannah, Georgia is probably the last place you'd expect to find a bubbling hub of design innovation. But one visit to the boutique that sells the work by students at the Savannah College of Art and Design and you'll see that this is not some student shop; this is a world-class design store.
Where interactive design meets industrial design, meets advertising, meets interior design, meets graphic design, meets sequential art. Savannah College of Art and Design president Paula Wallace interviews professor Peter Fossick.