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  • Daniel Howells, almost 7 years ago

    Rather self-serving as my first post here, but just kicking the tires and trying this out. Would also appreciate your comments, as I've since turns comments off on my blog: pesky spammers.

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    • Julius TarngJulius Tarng, almost 7 years ago

      interesting point about not asking 10 diff types of designers. i've always felt like i was missing out on a broad view whenever i only asked 1 type. do you have examples comparing the 2 ways of getting advice?

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      • Daniel Howells, almost 7 years ago

        I didn't really say type, I just said 10 designers. Every designer will have a polarising opinion.

        To compare, just look at any of the super bizarro comment threads on Dribbble and you'll get an idea of why critique from lots of people isn't useful. :-)

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        • Allan YuAllan Yu, almost 7 years ago

          Great use of words here. Love the emoticon at the end!

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        • Michiel de GraafMichiel de Graaf, almost 7 years ago

          No offence, but you might be asking the wrong people for feedback. I'd always like to get feedback from a few people I know pretty well. It helps a lot if someone points out a flaw in your design or doesn't really like something, explains why and suggests a solution.

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          • Daniel Howells, almost 7 years ago

            No offence taken.

            I totally agree, which is why I make that point in my post - only go to people who you respect and (thus, I guess) know.

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