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  1. Doug Waltman

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts. You’ve encouraged me to press on despite how difficult my choices can be as a designer. The right decision is almost always the hard one. This was my first read from your blog. I look forward to more.

  2. Zinni


    Thanks for the comment, I am glad that you enjoyed this article and welcome!

  3. Cory

    Thank! Not just applicable to design, but as you said, almost every aspect of life. It’s nice to see the wisdom of the ages put into practice and vindicated.

    “…Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 
    I took the one less travelled by,
    and that has made all the difference”
    -Robert Frost

  4. Mike Malott

    I enjoy this blog. I’m currently in school for Web Graphic Design but during my pursuit I constantly check back to this blog for inspiration and knowledge. Thanks.

    Keep it up:)


  5. Tracey Grady

    This is an outlook which I share. I tend to very quickly grow bored of something once the challenge has gone (or never existed).

    I don’t consider this as the harder route (although at times it can turn out that way) so much as asking myself more questions. With any design job, I keep asking questions of myself: about the project, the concept, what’s needed, what’s been overlooked, who’s the target and how will they be viewing this, etc. I don’t stop asking questions like these until I’m satisfied I’ve reached the answer. That’s the only way to get the best fit for the client and their customers/audience.

  6. Conrad Bugeja

    Thanks for this post. Something I feel to add is that in design I don’t feel that I can produce mass workflow of work, for example I can code and code but with design I can’t just simply produce more than 1/2 designs a day.

    and if I succeed in producing that much things become less creative

  7. Web Design Quote

    Good article, something might seem difficult and challenging usually when you don’t have the grasp over it and the chances of failure are more, but on other hand the probability of learning something as a result increase, as you keep on doing new and innovative thing every time.


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  • Koocha: Thanks for that. Also, feel free to browse my new site with lots of design stuff collected from Internet
  • Paul Gordon: Aaah, I love KickStarter projects. I’m hoping they come over to the UK very soon. Nick, the very best of luck with...
  • Firma Rehberi: thanks for this.
  • James Kemp: In the end, everything thing is designed. Plain things are still designed, but with usability in mind. The two bounce off...
  • Joshua: Being more of a graphic designer than a web designer, I think I can agree with the concept here. I do a lot of web layout mockups...
  • estudio web: Muy buen blog de diseño! great blog! thanks from Argentina.
  • theComplex: @Lisa – I have the same issue. And sometimes I get so caught up in how irritated I am at that client that the...
  • Daus: I don’t think there is “rules” in webdesign. It is just trend, and people (read: designer) often...
  • Web Design Australia: Forcing yourself to work on something when you’re stressed won’t give you the results that you want....
  • Benny: Great post and good tips! I also have this problem from time to time, having trouble finding that perfect ‘inspiratio...
  • Luci: Conventions and standards, in my mind, are different kettles of fish. Standards, like coding standards, I think exist for good...
  • Tom Hermans: Although I want a website to be visually appealing, and to stand out etc.. I also want it to be a handy instrument that is...
  • Vim: This list is always a good tip however its something that most designers already know, finding inspiration can be hard, but to get...
  • LA Woodarts Designer: An excellent reminder to step back sometimes. It’s amazing how often the business part blocks the creative....
  • Ben Rama: shouldnt it be as simple as if it works it works in an ideal world great post – thanks
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