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    HOPES UP !!! @rippabloworld love and respect for you always <3

    HOPES UP !!! @rippabloworld love and respect for you always <3

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    Back to what’s shaking !!! 🌵

    Back to what’s shaking !!! 🌵

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    THIRD EYE

    THIRD EYE

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    We can’t get enough of the amazing illustrations, typography, lettering and design work on the backs of our CDV’s here at @theboxsf

    We can’t get enough of the amazing illustrations, typography, lettering and design work on the backs of our CDV’s here at @theboxsf

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    just some wavy looking woman

    just some wavy looking woman

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    BURR

    BURR

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Top #graphicdesign posts

    The Factors of Success by @morejanda // A couple months ago on the Design Huddle podcast @designhuddletime with @brand0ngr0ce and @ryan.warrender, I shared my perspective on what factors contribute to a designers success (or success in any profession, for that matter). Today I would like to share with you (in visual format) what I believe are the most critical abilities that will contribute to your success.
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TECHNICAL SKILLS: Your technical ability will only contribute a small portion to your success. The reason...technologies, methods, processes, deliverables all change over time. If your career is based upon your technical skillset alone, you will spend your years chasing and learning the next big thing to ensure you are not left behind. Additionally, as you progress more an more in your career, promotions, consulting roles (the higher value engagements) have less and less to do with technical skills and more to do with strategic insights and understanding big picture concepts. So, learn to use Photoshop etc., don't get me wrong. But be sure not to neglect the other aspects of success.
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PEOPLE SKILLS: Your ability to get along with people, build relationships, lead clients and teammates, as well as communicate effectively contributes significantly to your ability to succeed in any career path.
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SELF-EDUCATION: Your ability to learn on your own. This includes the ability to assess what you don't know and to be able to find the resources necessary to learn it.
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HARD WORK: The hunger and drive it takes to outwork the competition. Work fast, work hard, out pace and out value everyone else in your current career phase and you will rise to the top.
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PLEASE NOTE, SELF-EDUCATION & HARD WORK: I listed these two items as contributing to 50% of your success because they can compensate for any deficiency in any other skillset (people or technical).
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Technical skills are important, so don't stop learning how to push the pixels. But your ability to lead and manage people, self-educate, and work hard, play a MASSIVE role in your career success.
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Check out my podcast episode on @designhuddletime

    The Factors of Success by @morejanda // A couple months ago on the Design Huddle podcast @designhuddletime with @brand0ngr0ce and @ryan.warrender , I shared my perspective on what factors contribute to a designers success (or success in any profession, for that matter). Today I would like to share with you (in visual format) what I believe are the most critical abilities that will contribute to your success.
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    TECHNICAL SKILLS: Your technical ability will only contribute a small portion to your success. The reason...technologies, methods, processes, deliverables all change over time. If your career is based upon your technical skillset alone, you will spend your years chasing and learning the next big thing to ensure you are not left behind. Additionally, as you progress more an more in your career, promotions, consulting roles (the higher value engagements) have less and less to do with technical skills and more to do with strategic insights and understanding big picture concepts. So, learn to use Photoshop etc., don't get me wrong. But be sure not to neglect the other aspects of success.
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    PEOPLE SKILLS: Your ability to get along with people, build relationships, lead clients and teammates, as well as communicate effectively contributes significantly to your ability to succeed in any career path.
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    SELF-EDUCATION: Your ability to learn on your own. This includes the ability to assess what you don't know and to be able to find the resources necessary to learn it.
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    HARD WORK: The hunger and drive it takes to outwork the competition. Work fast, work hard, out pace and out value everyone else in your current career phase and you will rise to the top.
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    PLEASE NOTE, SELF-EDUCATION & HARD WORK: I listed these two items as contributing to 50% of your success because they can compensate for any deficiency in any other skillset (people or technical).
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    Technical skills are important, so don't stop learning how to push the pixels. But your ability to lead and manage people, self-educate, and work hard, play a MASSIVE role in your career success.
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    Check out my podcast episode on @designhuddletime

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    Up next we got Kyrie through the years

    Up next we got Kyrie through the years

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    Finally completed GTA SAN Andreas so this sticker felt like a needed post, still one of the best games I’ve played to this day.

    Finally completed GTA SAN Andreas so this sticker felt like a needed post, still one of the best games I’ve played to this day.

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    #Designers across disciplines share strikingly similar approaches to the #creativeprocess , which we’ve mapped out as ‘the Double Diamond’. ⁠
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Every #design specialism has a different approach and ways of working, but there are some commonalities to the creative process.⁠
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Divided into four distinct phases – Discover, Define, Develop and Deliver – the Double Diamond is a simple visual map of the design process.⁠
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In all creative processes a number of possible ideas are created (‘divergent thinking’) before refining and narrowing down to the best idea (‘convergent thinking’), and this can be represented by a diamond shape. But the Double Diamond indicates that this happens twice – once to confirm the problem definition and once to create the solution. One of the greatest mistakes is to omit the left-hand diamond and end up solving the wrong problem.⁠
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Source: The Design Council. 😍⁠
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Did you know this? Do you apply this process in your work? Comment it below! Follow @desircle for more. #desircle⁠
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#designbusiness #designtips #design #graphicdesign #graphicdesigner #userexperience #userinterface #uiux #ui #ux #branding #branddesign #brandingdesign #creativestudio #designagency #marketing #marketingtips⁠
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    #Designers across disciplines share strikingly similar approaches to the #creativeprocess , which we’ve mapped out as ‘the Double Diamond’. ⁠
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    Every #design specialism has a different approach and ways of working, but there are some commonalities to the creative process.⁠
    -⁠
    Divided into four distinct phases – Discover, Define, Develop and Deliver – the Double Diamond is a simple visual map of the design process.⁠
    -⁠
    In all creative processes a number of possible ideas are created (‘divergent thinking’) before refining and narrowing down to the best idea (‘convergent thinking’), and this can be represented by a diamond shape. But the Double Diamond indicates that this happens twice – once to confirm the problem definition and once to create the solution. One of the greatest mistakes is to omit the left-hand diamond and end up solving the wrong problem.⁠
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    Source: The Design Council. 😍⁠
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    Did you know this? Do you apply this process in your work? Comment it below! Follow @desircle for more. #desircle
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    #designbusiness #designtips #design #graphicdesign #graphicdesigner #userexperience #userinterface #uiux #ui #ux #branding #branddesign #brandingdesign #creativestudio #designagency #marketing #marketingtips

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