13 comments

  • Andrew CiobanasiuAndrew Ciobanasiu, 4 years ago

    "And then it hit me........ Aviato"

    aviato

    24 points
  • Zac Benloulou, 4 years ago

    Can you imagine being on a team with this guy once he gets back from his expensive soul searching trip and tries to teach you his new design doctrine. I would rather put a drill bit through my temple.

    18 points
    • David Steelcart, 4 years ago

      I bet the author of this article could say the same about you, you unenlightened normie! Only real designers go on ayahuasca trips.

      5 points
  • Sean LesterSean Lester, 4 years ago

    Is this guy a Dropbox designer?

    13 points
  • Jake HaugenJake Haugen, 4 years ago

    Thank you.

    Image title

    6 points
  • Joel CalifaJoel Califa, 4 years ago

    This is the most Medium blog post title I've ever seen. It's well written and interesting but connecting these thoughts (personas have gaps because people are complex, flow state is good, people process reality w/ biases) to ayahuasca is such a streeeetch.

    5 points
  • Adam T.Adam T., 4 years ago

    It taught you to disable the close button on your newsletter signup?

    2 points
  • Tom CTom C, 4 years ago

    Hey, anybody up for a design workshop in Peru?

    2 points
  • Matt Lewis, 4 years ago

    Please don’t make ayahuasca a design trend.

    2 points
  • Jon MyersJon Myers, 4 years ago

    The article goes off on some cheesy tangents.

    However, hallucinogenic and psychedelic experiences can be useful for designers.

    They've made a positive impact on my practice of design.

    1 point
  • Joe Crupi, 4 years ago

    There are no words to describe how profound of an experience OP has had. Don't knock it until you've tried it.

    Understand the true meaning of this and you'll start on a journey where there is no coming back from...

    0 points
  • Ray MartinRay Martin, 4 years ago

    I am very deep.

    0 points