Every designer, no matter what industry is he working in, has a certain system or process to help him get from blank paper to finished design. This approach might seem counter-intuitive to many people in the first moment. Isn’t bounding yourself to and strictly following any rigid system damaging your creativity? Fortunately, the exact opposite… Continue reading Process of design: 5 steps to fruition
Web design can be very difficult and lonely road to go and especially for beginners. Today, I want to share with you eleven tips and advice I wish I knew in the beginning. These tips will range across various categories. However, they are not put in any specific order. It is more or less random… Continue reading Design Tips for beginners – Everything I wish I knew when I started
The main subject of this post will be all about communities, how they can help you learn and become a better designer through valuable feedback and what can you do to pay it back. The second part is also important. It is one thing to accept someone’s advice and act upon it while another to… Continue reading Community, feedback and learning
Is it possible that machines will be able to design on the same, or even better, level as humans? Will people be replaced by computers (normal or quantum) in fields such as design and art? Let’s explore these questions furthermore.
Do you feel that your web design skill are not that good as they could be? Do you feel that you are missing something? You may review the code of the project you are working on, but finding no errors. However, it just doesn’t feel good or enough. What’s more, there is still some little… Continue reading Why you suck as web designer
Pretty much was said about Dribbble and Behance, especially about Dribbble. If you are following discussions related to web design, you probably heard or read some of the complaints and biases. One of the often mentioned was elitism attributed to Dribbble. Haters were and still are complaining about the system Dribbble use to get new… Continue reading The case of Dribbble and Behance