Be nice. Or else.
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Thanks for this insight, Myriam!
Thanks for the insight, Scott. I shall make sure to apply this next time.
Thank you for this insight.
Thank you for the insight, I am not sure how many companies will through this request since I currently live in India and companies might be wary of paying for such a thing, however, I will keep this in mind.
Thank you, Nicholas, for your time and comment.
Good point, Nelson. What confuses me that sometimes these tasks are not directly related to what the company does but are design tasks based on fictional scenarios.
Like, please show us your approach to designing an ATM for kids :/
Anything to do with development is for developers or people who are highly adept at logic and problem-solving.
I don't think it's correct to pressure designers, who themselves take a few years to learn to design effectively; to learn logic, expressions and a development language just for the sake of being a unicorn.
Know your currency. Some people just express their work differently.
Thanks, let me try to rephrase it.
Thank you for clearing this up for me. This really helps. I have been feeling demotivated because of Dribbble and the unreal expectations it often sets.
After reading all the comments last night, I made a rough prototype in Flinto. Seems like this tool is the one I should learn and stick to.
Here is what I hacked this morning: https://dribbble.com/shots/4515242-Education-Levels
I agree totally on these points and I shall try Flinto out. I kind of feel so noob compared to Dribbble animations shots that other designers post. Makes me feel like an intern.
Wow, didn't think of that. Will definitely try it out.
Be nice. Or else.
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