Compared with western culture, my cultural background is conservative and introverted. Therefore, when I was a junior UI/UX designer in an agency, I was always afraid to talk a lot, especially not to question the design and decisions of senior designers. Even if I had some questions, I was not brave enough to ask my colleagues, for fear that my silly questions would make me look unprofessional.
I think the reason why I can get this job must be because I am very professional and know all the tasks well, so if I ask silly questions or show anything that makes me look unfamiliar with what I am gonna do or doing then my supervisor or teammates would look down on me.
I know this may be wrong but maybe it's because I'm not confident enough. I'm here to ask you what you think of your fellow designers asking silly questions at the workplace. Does anyone like his subordinates to ask him silly questions or challenge them? What do you think of a junior designer who questions your work?