Consistency and perseverance is so underrated
What to do when the CEO doesn’t care about design
Last year I wrote a post that really struck a chord with the community. And it was a candid walkthrough of a freelance project of mine. A lot of designers have emailed me about how much value they gained out of it. So I wanted to follow it up with another behind the scenes walkthrough.
A handy tool that I use in my design process
Designing a delightful experience
The self fulfilling prophecy
Knowing vs, doing
Invest in your career
Follow your curiosity
Interview series – Jim Antonopoulos
This is part 2 of our 3 part series on design execution and the craft side of design .These are not in any particular order but are certain things that I do when approaching my work. But before we get into the nitty gritty. The first and most important thing before you do any hands on stuff is to understand a project's goals
Accomplish your goals
No matter where you are in your career there is always room to grow and improve. That is not to say that you don’t appreciate where you are at currently and to enjoy the here and now.
I’m taking a small break over the holiday season, and wanted to part with something a bit more personal to close out the year. If you are here just for design stuff feel free to skip this weeks post. On Verse I write about improving as a designer, advancing your career, learning new techniques, being happy, positivity, freelancing and it’s all interesting but the overarching theme is I want you to lead a life of growth but also a life that you enjoy.
Snapshot of project