Good vs. Bad Designers
John Saito

  1. Bad designers have pleasant dreams about complexity. Good designers have nightmares about complexity.
  2. Bad designers use drop shadows that look like mould in your bathroom. Good designers understand they are playing with plutonium, triple check the spread and opacity, and say a silent prayer before applying one.
  3. Bad designers are there because they know someone, they don’t have any friends who understand what’s required, or nobody’s had the guts to challenge them yet.
  4. Bad designers can become good designers. They just need to use the mantra “everything matters”.
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