Upskilling
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Upskilling

Design

Your ability to notice life’s idiotic details is a sign that you’ll be a great designer.

Three secrets to stop habituating for creative success.

(Left) When two objects have VERY different consequences, design them VERY different to prevent user error. (Center) People associate Red with HOT and blue with COLD. Details matter. (Right) Who picked this carpet and were they thinking of the user? The stairs are straight, but the carpet has a crooked design.

Designers, entrepreneurs, and innovators are either good at or need to get good at noticing the tiniest detail and finding ways to make it better. It’s the kind of detail that’s taken for…

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