The ebb and flow of our available time as designers is in constant flux. How we manage it can be the lifeline we reach for prior to burnout.
I recently spent 10 weeks working with 18 designers/developers, teaching them how to interact with clients and run real website projects.
I’ve just reached post 25 of the originally intended 100. I am now officially one-quarter of the way through this personal little project of mine.
With the amount of changes that come upon this industry each year, most web designers have set a new standard when it comes to the term, “run and gun”.
Much of what we get out of a design school education is slanted to satisfy the primary purpose of making a designer employable upon graduating.