Why so many make links indistinguishable from text, if you’re not going to underline them you better make them really different. Nobody enjoys hovering every element of a page to figure if is clickable.
Sharing often and early is one of the biggest things that have improved my work as a designer. Stop caring what would they think by seeing unfinished pieces and trust yourself. Your teammates will thank you. !lnd
This is amazing 😂 https://www.theolognion.com
First time using a case for my phone, I always use them “al natural” since my iPhone 4 but this thing is more expensive than what I used to drive 3 years ago 😅 #NoRegrets
It saddens me to hear about parents preventing their children from studying graphic design. It’s well known to be a career with very low wages. There are several culprits for that, and the main ones will continue to be the same designers if they only continue to serve as decorators.
Looking back at some answers I wrote in Quora got me thinking in maybe elaborate more and publish them as blog posts.
Iteration is everything. It should be more encouraged, to revisit past projects and improve them with new knowledge. Imagine doing that every couple of years, some of us have our site for that but for other types would be great too.
Man, templating RSS feed can be quite confusing. I did some folder structure changes at my sites a couple of weeks ago and didn’t realize that the change broke my feeds. Thankfully after some frustrations I fix them. Now I can sleep 😴
I avoid deleting the first versions of most designs, I keep duplicating artboards and iterate on the new ones. But I want to make it clear which are the old ones so I don’t confuse people or comment on past versions.
It’s all for the product’s own good. 😅