Be nice. Or else.
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Hi giulio. Thanks for taking the time to comment.
I agree with what you said. If as a client you run a design sprint with your designer, without skipping any part - that's great. I'm talking about cases where the 'sprint' is held only in a client/PM's head, takes a few minutes basically, and the designer is being shared with the results of it.
Yes, it's an unprofessional design process, but from my experience this happens way more than it should, which is why I felt the urge to express this problem and hopefully make some PMs think 'maybe I should improve the way I deliver tasks', and designers think 'maybe I should be more involved in the thinking part'.
For €7000, I think I'm ok with whatever name you guys choose
isn't designernews making profit thanks to the works of others? the only difference i see is that here the content is curated by the community, and she's talking about curating the content herself.
the guy really likes box shadows doesn't he? this speaks too much dribbble i'd say.
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I guess it really depends on where you live and what's the culture there. I'm a freelancer, but most of my friends who are junior developers are pretty young and do change jobs quite fast. After around 1~ year of experience in their first job they get a much better opportunity from a different company, and it's enough to convince them to switch.
the problem is that many employees usually leave after 1-2 years top. so you've spent a few months making them a decent designer and you got a few extra from them and then they'll use this knowledge and experience to find a better paying job. i kinda get why many employers wouldn't invest in someone who doesn't have proven skills from the start, it's a risk.
The answer to all of your claims - you don't have to use it in every form.
Be nice. Or else.
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