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aesthetic

(sometimes US), esthetic
1. connected with aesthetics or its principles
2. a principle of taste or style adopted by a particular person, group, or culture
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Within the traditional formats, positive growth figures were only generated by products with aesthetically appealing designs, for example ultra thin notebooks (demand: +2 percent), increased user functionality, such as all-in-one computers (demand: +5 percent), and mobile devices, like ultra mobile notebooks (demand: +4 percent).
If the Glofish appeals to our senses in both positive and negative ways, aesthetically speaking, is it, like Kac's bio-art, a critiquing mirror held up to society or even a hammer shaping society to shift toward an age of genetic commerce?
This Thunder Bay-area architect was nominated for his use of wood both structurally and aesthetically in a variety of projects, including the Old Fort William Visitor Information Centre, Sleeping Giant Park Visitor Centre, Elk Lake Eco-Resource Centre and the Marathon Tourist Information Centre and Ski Lodge.
11b Wi-Fi Card to achieve wireless audio intercom and control capabilities, ultimately eliminating unsightly cables to create an aesthetically pleasing environment.
According to Coates, "A design with little objective concinnity almost surely will fail aesthetically.
The new facility will be fully in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, more aesthetically pleasing, improve patient care and staff efficiency, and improve the resident quality of life by increasing individual living space and providing more privacy, according to Joe Romano, Vineland Veterans Memorial Home's chief executive officer.
Morton appears to be aesthetically regrouping from the Rolling Stone expose that depicted him as a plaster caster of female anatomical parts.
As for Pollock, he may not have been working with fractals in mind, but as Discover notes, his work may nevertheless be "testing the limits of what the human eye would find aesthetically pleasing.
And the keyboard's curvy form, although aesthetically and ergonomically pleasing, is just too large to be practical for small and home offices.
But, I submit, it is also aesthetically defective, since it fails on its own terms--that is, in terms of the affects and experiences it aspires to provoke.
Learning something about Japanese art may be aesthetically pleasing and a way to open a conversation with potential business partners, showing them just how erudite you actually are.