Don’t wait for your designs to be perfect before sharing them. Remember, a design is never truly finished, and feedback can only help refine and improve your work.

It’s amusing to see people argue about the “right” way to write ChatGPT prompts.

I just improved my shortcut to now not only post my tweets with the tweet link to my website, but also to Mastodon too.

This is the first test note 🤞🏼

Data is key in design, but I also value creativity. Being stuck in a company that constantly tests every detail and doesn’t trust the designer’s choices is not for me. A company must have a distinct aesthetic style and give designers the freedom to bring their ideas to life.

Everyone should have a sketchbook, is amazing to see all kind of rough ideas you had, the good and bad. Seeing how your thoughts evolve through sketches is inspiring.

I regret not putting dates on the pages earlier.

Regular design workshops can help foster a culture of innovation within your organization, providing regular opportunities for employees to come together and think creatively.

Entrepreneur parents are great role models. They show their children the value of hard work, perseverance, and the power of turning their ideas into reality.

I love my field, you never get bored. Every challenge is different, you’ll always be developing new skills. Endless opportunities for creativity and problem-solving, wide range of specializations to choose from. It rewards continuous learning and innovation.

I believe that one can learn to design at any stage in life. Embrace the opportunity to continuously learn and discover new aspects of design, as it is a never-ending journey of growth and development.

New @Wikipedia design 👀 Some great improvements, still it would take some time to get use to. I thought I was in the Mobile version.

I like the new language selector. They said they increased the font size but I still see it at 14px 🤔

Which design tool will be the first in adding major AI tools and features?

Among all the types of designers, Game UI designers may find the most satisfaction in their work. The process of creating visually engaging and intuitive UI for players sounds super fun. Probably despite the high-pressure reputation in the game industry.

For designers, it’s essential to develop a keen observation skills.

Observe your surroundings, pay attention to details and take note of subtle cues that can inform and inspire your future designs.

It’s crucial for students to consider their career paths while in school.

I struggled as a student with poor grades, but found success in design school. I really enjoyed learning more about my passion.

The only job security a designer has is in his or her ability to design.

Good design does not have to be expensive. It does have to be thoughtful, well considered and well executed.

There are two types of designers: productive and lazy.

Productive designers stick to the basics, knowing that work must be completed before deadline. Lazy designers waste time scrolling through inspirational sites, delaying deadlines because inspiration has not yet arrived.

It’s crazy how many people in the creative industry don’t get the basic principles of how people see and think. They keep making the same mistake, making designs they like instead of ones that actually work.

Designing is a piece of cake, but designing something that’s both aesthetically pleasing and efficient is a whole other challenge.