Create a feedback loop that makes it look like you actually knew what you were doing from the start

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Establish a feedback loop to move forward creatively (Illustrated by Sarah Healy)

A few weeks ago I wrote about seven rules for creatives from a friendly robot, these were the guidelines CG artist, designer, and creative François Leroy adheres to during his creative process.

One of these rules revolves around creating an effective feedback loop.

I previously write about focusing on volume. Creating a lot of stuff allows you to practice your skills but there is another part of the puzzle if you want to improve as a creative — this is where a feedback loop comes in.

If we create without reflection or feedback, we can be creating yet not improving.

So how do we build a feedback loop into our creative process? …


Sarah Healy

A multidisciplinary designer, storyteller, and adventuress with a penchant for endurance feats and exploring blank spots on the map.

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