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Creativity is the highest form of human creation, thought and action. We have known it since the earliest beginnings of human existence. Freed, stereotyped and elevated above the primitive level, the human mind encounters creativity. It encompasses intellectual thinking, problem solving and challenges, and with its homologous heritage, raises man as an individual and the entire civilisation to a level higher than the very beginnings. The aim of this research is to generate a design that can be followed for creativity. Information is needed for creativity. However, the classic form of information and creation has been replaced by computer technology. It is almost impossible to follow the course of development of the branch and the progress of all human activities. In a sea of new information and data, we are losing the thread and have to opt for a narrowly specialised area or areas that we monitor. A large selection of communications and ideas slowly leads us into chaos. As much as it seems to us that the channels of creativity and opportunities for innovation are enriched, we also encounter the problem of overload. Creativity in â€˜designâ€™ translates into creating software with many capabilities, and a true designer is a programmer who designs features and a program for a particular branch of design. The goal of design is not commercialism, but quality and progress, making life easier, instead of creating imaginary desires and needs for the offered product.
Keywords: Design, creativity, computer design, functionality.
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