What is another word for designs?

Pronunciation: [dɪzˈa͡ɪnz] (IPA)

Designs refer to the visual representation of an idea or plan. These can range from simple sketches to complex blueprints and are an essential part of the creative process. Synonyms for the word "designs" include concepts, layouts, schemes, models, patterns, prototypes, plans, projects, and variations. Each of these words is specific to a particular aspect of the design process, but they are all related to the creation or visualization of an idea. For example, a concept refers to an abstract idea, while a layout is a specific arrangement of elements. By using different synonyms, designers can express their ideas and convey them to clients and colleagues with greater clarity and precision.

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Usage examples for Designs

What is to be observed is that he is reticent with respect to his vast expectations and designs.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
G. A. Chadwick
If I understand your Ladyship aright, I am charged with some designs on Captain Martin?
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
They shall not harm your horse, and after this night I think their designs upon his life will cease.
"The Man from Jericho"
Edwin Carlile Litsey

Famous quotes with Designs

  • The designs were based on quite a lot of research of what a movie musical is, filtered through the eyes of today. If we'd gone strictly with the '20s, the movement would have been impaired.
    Colleen Atwood
  • Like any good spy novel, the Cox Report alleges that Chinese spies penetrated four U.S. weapons research labs and stole important information on seven nuclear warhead designs.
    Charles Foster Bass
  • The committee discloses that even after the U.S. government learned of the diversion of U.S. designs for nuclear warheads in late 1995, the Clinton Administration failed to take steps immediately to improve security.
    Charles Foster Bass
  • The U.S. government knew that China wanted to acquire sensitive U.S. technology, and instead of implementing a policy to prevent them from acquiring the information, the government all but gave them an invitation to take our equipment and designs.
    Charles Foster Bass
  • Why did the Clinton Administration continue to liberalize export controls on sensitive technologies even after it learned that China had stolen designs?
    Charles Foster Bass

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