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BenSheppard says

What are you views on learning design?



I’d love to be a better designer and I’d love to learn how to be, is it possible in your eyes to learn how to be a better designer or is it just a trait you’re born with?
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kriskorn says

In my honest opinion I think it can be taught to some level, that’s from my own experience. If I compare my past designs to the ones I have created now – there is a big difference in every aspect. I think most of us can relate to that.

I think there is also a saying that talent is only 10% from the overall qualities needed to be good in the field, the other 90% is willpower and practising.

All the best,
Kris

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abhimanyusharma003 says

For design + graphics + color what I think every has their own taste.
It’s not necessary that everyone likes a design. A good design is what look pleasant to eyes. Design also varies with your mood, and also with occasion(s)
Today there are may devices ranging from pc – mobiles so it’s difficult to achieve a great design for all devices.
But Practice make man perfect

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TanyDi says

I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.

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RafaelOliveira says

I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.

+1

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graphicmind says


I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.
+1

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TimInOz says

I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.

Yes, the second depends on the person – to develop over time by examination and experimentation.

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3Ddym says

I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.

+3 :)

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saptarang2 says

I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.

+4 :D

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EFEKT_Studio says


I think that design has 2 sides – technique and artistic imagination. First can be learned but second depends on person.
+4 :D

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