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How to Think Like a Generative Designer

Problems can never be solved at the level they were created — Albert Einstein

I will never forget remember as a young child being taught how to draw a tree. I was naturally gifted at drawing even at a young age, and was able to faithfully recreate anything that I looked at. Like most learning curves I eventually hit a point with in which I became stumped. My landscapes looked colorful alright…

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Designing for a Decentralized Future // Creative Director & Designer at BTC Inc // riley.io

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