Be nice. Or else.
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This is an extremely thorough and thoughtful response! Thank you for sharing your experience.
This is giving me an intense allergic reaction
I actually like the dedicated Symbols page, but we really need a better way to organize it. Especially since moving small artboards is so hard, and symbols are naturally going to vary dramatically in size.
This is sort of a feature of InVision craft, but it is clumsy as heck and prone to easily breaking.
Should designers know anything about design history?
Seems perfectly cromulent to me.
When thinking time is over and it's time to execute, I just loop Bustin' and crank on shit for hours at a time, personally. Feels good.
hold on to your butts
Easy, just dig around abandoned design studios for a valid license of Illustrator CS5.5 and install Scriptographer, then go to town: https://scriptographer.org/scripts/raster-scripts/
So much effort expended on making nice category pages, yet only one mockup of what an actual article - probably by far the most commonly shared and viewed type of page on the NYT site - might look like? Buried at the end of everything? I hate to say it because it's obvious so much work was put into these, but I think you prioritized the wrong things.