That's a trick question! Because if I say yes, there are things that are completely random, even random things have existence and thus have been designed. For example, I could say that the way the wind blows is random, but is it really? There are still elements of design in the wind because wind is made up of the different gasses in the air and each of those bear the marks of being part of God's creation. Also, each of the gasses have unique weights and properties that bear some factor in how the wind moves. Another factor in the wind movement is the location the wind is coming from. If there's a cold wind from the North, then although it appears random, it bears the marks of how God designed our weather system so that a cold wind can occasionally come from the North. So, there is randomness that occurs in the universe, but whatever things are random, those things have been designed/created, because God created all things. Say there is a beach with the sand randomly lying on the shore. The only design that can be seen would be the intricate design of the sand particles, which we know God created, and they do show design because even down to the atomic level there is order and design. HOWEVER, the sand does not, on it's own, build a fabulous looking sand castle. If we see one, we don't think it happened by chance or that the waves formed it or that animals built it, we know that humans designed and built the sand castle. Hope that answers your trick question!