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Sole designer Advice & Feedback on dribbble posts

5 days ago from , Product Designer

Am the sole designer at my company and is difficult to judge my own work since I have no one to bounce ideas off and often feedback not exactly use-full and as time goes by i can feel myself becoming more harsh on myself.

I know is not much to go on but if anyone has advice or feedback

https://dribbble.com/fbuka

Am on currently working on my portfolio site

5 comments

  • Steve O'ConnorSteve O'Connor, 12 minutes ago

    Get networking.

    I avoided networking meetups for a few years, but that was at a time when they were more business focused - everyone sharing business cards and being secretive about how they worked. Now they're more open, and people are more than happy to discuss issues, clients, workarounds, etc.

    You're in London where there are a ton of great meetups and networks. Get along to some sessions, meet other designers, and you'll discover that you're just as self-critical and full of imposter syndrome as everyone else.

    It will be of far more use than posting things to Dribbble.

    One example to get you going: https://www.meetup.com/DesignLabLondon/

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  • Eve Weinberg, 3 days ago

    You should join 'UX Masters'! we have a WIP feedback channel, where you can post and we critique and give feedback in constructive ways: http://join.uxmovesme.com/

    let me know if you have any questions or problems signing up, i'm one of the creators

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  • Geoff Ball, 4 days ago

    what feedback are you looking for? more specific question ?

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    • , 3 days ago

      Not having perspective on my work have made me suffer from imposter syndrome, especially how greatly design is overlooked at my company.

      I guess what i want to know is; How do i better communicate design?

      ps I used to work for an agency and never felt the imposter syndrome until i became the sole designer.

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