Kay S. Hymowitz writes in City Journal about how the design economy has turned bohemian outsiders into a new marketplace elite.
"If industrialization turned design into a modest profession, technology and globalization have expanded and glamorized it into its own economic sector. Call it Big Design.
Computers are the heart of Big Design. They propelled designers from the ranks of ink-stained wretches to those of postindustrial knowledge workers.:
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