Be nice. Or else.
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Curious if shared styles will also be applicable for this.
paper and pencil for people way more qualified to do this than me
And yet, you'd think "design" would be the one thing people could complain about endlessly on, you know, designer news.
I'll email you, thanks for reaching out!
The Craft library is frustrating in general, in terms of keeping it organized, updating it, and actually having it update the symbols in a document (which is capricious in its success.)
To say nothing of how challenging nested symbols are to maintain, and has diminishing returns in terms of how efficient I really need to be.
Good article, 10/10.
I do feel bad for anyone starting out in any profession that has to deal with this kind of gatekeeping, particularly when it comes to tools. Likewise, this sort of culture actually influences young designers to become hyperbolic in order to make a name for themselves because that's what the cranky old men on Twitter do.
Though this will never change, I think it's important to keep tabs on your signal v noise ratio and keep challenging your cognitive biases as much as possible. It's still super important to weigh the pros and cons: in fact, before I use a tool or even buy a book, I like to read the bad reviews first. All encompassing positivity and participation ribbons isn't helpful to anyone either.
Wait, shouldn't the designer page look like the coder page? Whoever made this clearly isn't reading enough Medium essays
haha, that should be every day
Pragmatically, this holiday has no secular value at all, does it? Chickens and rabbits day?