10 Ways to Staying Creative

10 Ways to Staying Creative

Sometimes when it is your job to be creative it can become hard to keep those creative juices flowing and to keep on creating. There are so many things surrounding us with social media and the speed of life can make the creativity come to a halting stop. This can’t happen if you do this for a living and use your creativity to pay your bills. So I have put together some ideas that can help you keep the creativity flowing and stop the blockage.

You can do all of these or just a few of these, whatever works honestly! The most important thing is to release the creative block!

  1. Pinterest: Of course this is my first one guys. Pinterest is the best thing that a creative professional could use. I can remember the day that one of my best friends from college sent me an invite to Pinterest. I was so enthralled by the website. This was something that we had done for years in Design school. We would go on google or websites and save images in a folder and create mood boards to spark ideas and set the course for a design. I was always battling for space on my computer and then here came Pinterest to save my hard drive space! Hallelujah!
  2. Music: I read an article about what music does to our brain. (read it here) In this article it talks about how certain types of music can increase our creativity. We need to maybe step out of our “normal” playlist and experience some new music. Maybe even check out a band that is playing nearby and discover a new sound that could spark creativity!

    “It turns out that a moderate noise level is the sweet spot for creativity. Even more than low noise levels, ambient noise apparently gets our creative juices flowing, and doesn’t put us off the way high levels of noise do.”

  3. Never stop creating: Often times we get out of the habit of constantly creating because we are “having” to create for clients all the time. I am totally guilty of this! When we are creative professionals working to bring other peoples ideas of visions in to reality we can get stifled and dry up our own creative voice. That personal creativity is what makes us so good for our clients. We have to continue to create the things that we love and create just for fun and just to express what we want to say, so that we can continue that flow of creativity for other people. Sometimes that might mean using other mediums or doing a daily drawing challenge. Creativity can some times work like a muscle and when we stop letting our personal creative voice come out then we stop that flow.  
  4. Go back to the basics: Sometimes is might help to go back to the basics and practice the simple things. Piano players often play the scales even if they have been playing for many years. Illustrators should sketch simple sketches and keep the basics fresh in your mind. Sometimes the simple daily practices will stretch that creative muscle and stop the blockage that is keeping you from finishing that project.
  5. Get some rest: I know I have been saying to create create and do daily practices. But when that is failing sometimes you just need to stop and take a break. Get outside, take a nap. Do something completely different to change the pace. Focus your mind on things that are calming and relaxing. Stress can be a main factor in stopping creativity and so sometimes you have to find a way to destress and relax. Take a rest.
  6. Healthy Food/Habits: This isn’t a health and fitness blog, but we all know that creativity comes from the brain and heart and your brain needs nutrients to function. (I wish this meant coffee and tortilla chips were enough, then I would be set.) But it takes a little more than that. Sometimes we can get stressed and need to clean up our diet or add some cardio into our daily routine. Cardio gets your endorphins flowing and can really clear up your mind and spark creativity. I have taken up running. (I don’t do it as religiously as I should.) For some reason I can’t actually keep a schedule with running but when I am feeling the overwhelmed feeling of stress and watching my creativity dwindle then I get those running shoes out. So think of adding some cardio in or getting extra vitamins in your diet.
  7. Research: If I am in the middle of a project I love visiting book stores. It really can help to see what others have done and look for ideas that help you see things you could do or adapt. Researching can spark ideas and help you pinpoint what you really need to finish the project you are currently stuck on.
  8. Travel: This doesn’t have to mean that you have to travel across the world. This could just mean that you go to a new restaurant or a new store across town. Change of scenery always helps spark some creativity and open your mind to new things.
  9. Have fun: Do something fun with the people that you love. When we hustle so much and build up the stress of the list of things we need to accomplish we miss out on the opportunities to enjoy our family and friends. These moments can sometimes spark the most creative ideas. Let’s not miss out on quality times with the people we love. They could give you the things you are looking for to stop the creative blockage you are facing.
  10. Positive Thinking: Negative thinking just leads to negative things. We have to keep positive thinking. When you come to a moment where you are stopped in the road and not sure how to get over the hump, tell yourself “this too shall pass.” You will finish the project. You always find a way. It is a lie to think that you will fail or that you won’t make it, or that it won’t be good enough. If you are feeling down try some of the steps above to get yourself in to a positive mindset about your situation. Positive thinking leads to a positive life. We must find ways to stay positive and believe that we will make it through.

I understand that creative blockage can be frustrating but you will make it through. Creativity is a process and sometimes you just need to follow through the process and trust that you will make it to the end. Don’t allow doubt or negativity to make you believe anything other than you are great at what you do and you are a ery creative person. Creativity flows through you so just let it go and let it flow.


If you have any other tips that you use to stay creative please leave a COMMENT BELOW. I would love to hear your tips and thoughts on how to stay creative.

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What am I Doing? – Discovering My Purpose

What am I doing?

The Journey to Finding My Purpose

Well here we go again doing some soul searching and some real talking. What in the world is my purpose in life? This is something we all ask ourselves RIGHT? Please tell me I am not alone.

I have asked myself a lot when I create content, “What are you doing? Why are you doing this?” Really my answer is, because of you. Maybe you need help. Maybe there is someone out there that needs someone to tell them how to do the things they need to do to create what they love. Right? It is really just to add value to your life. I want to add value and help you with whatever it is you are doing and what God has called us each to.

I love the Lord, I want to please Him and do what it is that He has placed in my heart. The problem is He has just flooded me with so many things and so many desires and passions. So it gets hard sometimes narrowing it down and trying to put that in a “niche”. From everything that I have researched and learned is that a “niche” is so important. I totally agree with that! 100% if you have a niche market that you are skilled in then you should enhance that niche and drive your content in that. But it just didn’t feel right for me to choose ONLY ONE THING! I don’t want to limit anything that God puts on my heart to share with you that you might need.



So I promise that I will share everything I know with you. Anything I can share and give to help you in any way, that is what I want to do. I hope you are ok with this and will still follow and read. (not even sure how man people are here reading and following)

 

But, maybe you feel the same and that you have so much to share and can’t seem to narrow your focus. Maybe you shouldn’t. Maybe you should just start creating and start sharing and see what happens. Down the road things might be revealed and narrow its focus down the road. We have been given skills and talents for a reason. We are created to share and have relationships with people to exchange the value and help others grow.

 

Follow your dreams. If those dreams just happen to be big and multifaceted then it might just mean you have a ton of value to share with the world. Don’t hold back. That is what I intend to not do, I won’t hold back. I want to give you all the knowledge I know to help propel you to greatness.

I hope you are inspired and decide to create something amazing that will add value to someone’s life!

 

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5 Tips to Designing your Personal Brand

Designing your Personal Brand

This can be overwhelming. Where do we even begin with branding for ourselves there is just so much we can do. Right!?!?!?!?

Creating a personal brand can be hard, I know!

It is so much easier to think for someone else and design for someone else when you can see the limitation you aren’t stuck inside their brain. Well we have to sometimes step out of the vast creativity in our brain and pretend that we are our own client.

“Pretend you are your own client.”

When we are designing for ourself we have to rely on the process we have created and just work the process and trust that in the end we will come out with something.

In the video above I break it down in to 5 simple tips to help you get started in designing your own brand.

Here they are, 5 Tips to Design your Personal Brand

  1. Just Get Started

    So often we just sit in “analysis paralysis”. We have to escape that by just doing something. Even if it is TERRIBLE. No one has to see the first draft but at some point there needs to be a first draft before you can have a final draft. Everyone starts somewhere and if the start was perfect then there would be no reason for a finish would there?  Don’t be afraid to start. Know that as soon as you do you are that much closer to the finish.

  2. Ask Your Friends

    Ask your friends to describe you to them. The best question is, “If you were to describe me to a stranger how would you describe me? What words would you use.” BE CAREFUL. Pick people that are close to you, love you and will be kind and gentle. You are looking for adjectives and for an overall feel of the brand you are trying to create. Ask the people that know you the best to describe you. It will be like looking in a branding mirror. Listen to the words the use and the “feeling” you get. What colors and shapes connect to those feelings as you hear them describe you. This should give you a good gauge to creating a brand.

  3. Pinterest

    This is obviously something we all use, if you don’t then you should. When creating your personal brand you can use Pinterest to show you the overall look that you associate with. Pin things that you like that resonate with you. Then ask your best friend or whoever you know would know you the best to go on a shared (private) board and pin ANY pictures they find that makes them think of you. This could be ANYTHING….you should start to see a theme and it might shed some light on things that are unique to you and your branding. You might even see an overall color scheme pop out in the board.

  4. Use Adjectives

    I use this method a lot when working with clients and creating their brands. It is a great way to give a feel to the brand and the user experience. Put yourself in your client/Audience shoes and think about the adjectives that describe the feeling you want them to have when they log on to your website, buy and use your products….Adjectives will paint a picture of the feel you will want your branding to have. Adjectives are “feeling” words and a lot of designing a brand is taking your company or yourself and making graphic representations of the feeling you want your company to exude. Write down these adjectives and then read them over and think about the colors, shapes, textures you think of when you read them.

  5. Follow the Process.

    Create and repeat. You are not stuck to the first design you come up with. When you launch your design you can ALWAYS expand on it. Coke and Pepsi have changed so many times over the years. Don’t feel stuck to the very first design and creation you come up with. Know that you can always expand and create more and better. But, you can’t expand on something that isn’t there in the first place. So when designing your personal brand it is important to throw insecurities and fear out the window and just create and repeat!

 

I hope these tips were helpful to get you thinking about creating your personal brand.

If you have tips also please COMMENT BELOW…..I would love to hear them and I am sure others would as well.

Thanks for reading and watching…

Until next time!

 




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Habits of a Better Life

We all want a better life right?

I have come to the realization that you don’t have to get a ton of stuff done every day! Woh!

 

I know just take a moment. Let it simmer.

 

I have been the type of person that feels like if I don’t knock off everything on my list then it wasn’t a productive day. Of course the list always grew every day. I got so exhausted trying to keep up with it. The other day I thought, ‘I needed a chill pill.’ I realized that sometimes it is ok to get just 1-3 things done. Some days it is even a good idea to do nothing and take a break. We live in a world where things are constantly moving. Technology is advancing so rapidly that we panic if we set the computer or phone down we might miss out on something. We won’t. It will all be there tomorrow. Living in the mindset that you have to go go go go just leads you to the inevitable crash. My dad taught an awesome series on “Pondering the Path of your Feet”. He talked about how we actually have a “circle path”. These are our habits, the things we do every day. These things that we do every day are actually the things that will either propel us forward or backwards.

I have been pondering, ‘What are my circle paths?’ (the things I do daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) I decided the best way to get my circle path to the place where I’m living the life I want is to adjust one thing at a time. I imagined what my day would look like if I was living the life I want, then what are the “habits” in that day or life?

 

Imagine your PERFECT day and what it looks like.

What are you doing? How does it feel?

 

We should start by visualizing what we want and where we want to go. If we walk through life not knowing where we are going we might wake up one day so far from where we are supposed to be. We must visualize where we are going. Imagine what you want and what it feels like. Bring your future to your present. (that is just like using your faith) Connect to what it is you want and you will see more clearly the path to get there.
Taking it one step at a time will get you to the a better life with better habits. We all want that end result and that “perfect” day now. But, if we attempt to bite off the whole thing right away we will just create a habit of false starts. This is not a concept that is new. It isn’t something that we haven’t heard before or read before.

 

If you are like me you have read blogs like this countless times and said, “Yeah, I’m going to do this! It will be great ‘New year. New me.'” Then come 3rd week of January you’re beating yourself up again because you can’t seem to keep up.




Rule of Thirds

Another tip for creating a better life with better habits is the “Rule of Thirds”. Make a list of your top 3 goals. Then write down 3 reasonable things that you think you can accomplish and commit to just that for 1 month. Often times what keeps us from stopping and completing our goals is that we create “dream goals” that we know we can’t really accomplish so in our mind we don’t believe we will accomplish it. Well that little quiet thought in the “back of our minds” is the little culprit killing it before we even start. So think through your goals and start with the one that you KNOW you can accomplish. You have to believe in yourself. When we can accomplish the first thing we set our mind to then that will encourage you to continue with your goals and really reach that better life with better habits!

Some of the habits I am going to start with are:
 
  • – making my bed every morning
  • – plan the next day the night before
  • – hanging my clothes up!
  • – drink more water

I put together a list of tools to get you started! Habit Planning Tools…..who doesn’t get inspired by an awesome planner and some fun pens!


Last but not least…..Embrace Failure!

STOP beating yourself up when you don’t stick to your plan. Life should never be forced to be “perfect”. We can’t expect perfection and think we will achieve our goals and create healthy habits. When you think of your goals/habits as a “lifestyle” you can embrace failure and let life happen. Just get back on the horse. Stick to your plan and if “life” happens then live that life and start fresh the next day. Don’t get upset that “life” happens. This is your life and the way you look at each situation is up to you. If you put so much pressure on being perfect and working out EVERY day….one day you aren’t able to do that you will create a defeated feeling.

Take a deep breath.

This is your life! Live it and embrace it!

Don’t villanize “life”. Let things happen. If appointments, family, or weather gets in the way of your “plans”. Enjoy those moments and don’t villanize them. You want to create an excitement around your plans and goals that makes it a joy and a treat to do them. Shift your mind to embrace your life and know that creating a habit is not about a perfect schedule it is about not stopping. When “life” happens you don’t stop that habit because habits are now apart of that “life”. So embrace life and embrace those things that get in your way and just use your problem solving skills to think of how you can work your habits around “life”.

Create a positive emotions toward your goals.

I know you can do it! We will encourage each other on this endeavor of “Circle Paths” and “The Rule of Thirds”.

The Reading Corner:

Here are some books from some that say it better than me. From New York Times Best Sellers. Check out the links below to continue your journey to better habits and a better life!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are your “Circle paths”? What are your top three?

What habits do you have that you think are helping your life move in the right direction? What habits do you think you need to change?

Comment Below and let me know what your goals are for this year?

What are some circle paths that you want to change and what are some circle paths you would like to make this year?




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Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda

252359_658919140701_1575003934_nEveryone thinks to themselves, “oh I should’ve done…” right. Come on you know your thinking it all the time. And we kick ourselves over some things we “shoulda/woulda/coulda” done for years. We look back and regret things that we know now that we didn’t know then.

I do this so often and I have come to the realization. That we can’t hold on to the thoughts of the shoulda/woulda/couldas. They harbor negative feelings about ourselves. The overall feeling behind a thought beginning with one of those words is a negative feeling directed inward. Instead of letting it effect or define us let’s learn from it. Take those thoughts of “shoulda/woulda/coulda” and say ok then next time I will. We can’t be afraid to try things and fail. Or keep our focus on what could have been or what we didn’t do in the past we have to keep moving forward and looking to the future with hope and excitement of what should happen could happen and what will happen.
It sounds (in my head) like I’m giving a motivational speech. I guess in a way I am kind of giving a speech to myself Everytime I start to say coulda/woulda/shoulda. Instead when times and thoughts like that come I will face it with “I can / I will / and I shall”
When looking back at situations with regret or wondering if you made the right decision if you “could have done” this or that, we are always looking back with more knowledge and a different mindset then we did in that moment. It is useless to dwell on the past wishing it were different. Or wondering if you made a different choice if life would be better. God has a specific plan for our lives. All we have to do is stay in faith which is the substance of our Hope of things not seen.
Let’s look at the future with hope and look on our “not so great” moments as times that we grow and learn from to help us succeed the next time. When we could have, the next time we can. When we should have, the next time we shall and when we would have, the next time we will.
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Learning from Each Other

blogtitle-learningfromeachotherReally? Why would you want to “figure it out for yourself”? Why do people think that it’s better for someone to have to go through horrible experiences to learn when someone else can tell them and save the headache. I am a firm believer in learning from your mistakes. Don’t get me wrong. I am just seeing so many people feel the need to experience things for themselves and I don’t see the point. If I go through something terrible and I learn from that, when I share with someone my experiences and my advice on how to avoid the same problem, if my friend then goes and decides they need to see for themselves, when they go through the same issue I went through I would feel confused and a bit hurt. As if they didn’t trust my advice.I would also like to think that the fact I have overcome some issues and learned from it, that the things I have learned can help someone and that the poo I went through, something good is coming out of that. Isn’t that what blogging is about also? That we as writers share our experiences and give input on how we overcame some issues or and ice on how to deal with problems and as readers we are searching for answers to problems.

I have also seen this same belief in parents and children. Parents will at times withhold advice or information that would help their child succeed further than they did. Instead of giving them tools to excel, tools they squired through hardship, they say “They have to learn it just like I did.” Why? Isn’t that why parents are there? To help thier children have a more successful life. To excel and exceed thier parents? The impartation of wisdom from parents is crucial to a persons success.
(watch this video above. I started a Youtube Channel in order to learn from you all and to share with you everything I know.)
There is a reason God made us to have relationships with each other. So that we can lift each other up and help each other overcome obsticles and help warn so that obsticles can be prevented.
We can’t be stubborn and too proud to learn from someone else. If we all learn from each other’s mistakes then we will all succeed more and reach our highest potential. There is supply in the joints and in the joining of people together. Be humble to listen and ask questions and be caring and loving enough to share what you have learned so others don’t have to endure the same headaches.
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The Internet

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I know you have done the same thing, don’t lie. You have flipped through your friends Facebook photos or scrolled through Pinterest finding amazing blogs all the while slipping slowly into a depressed state. Am I right? Who is with me?

Being a designer and involved in productions I should know that everything is a facade. More and more people know how to photoshop. Not to mention, those Instagram filters can really do a work on a bad photo. Yet I also get sucked in to the vortex of comparison with Facebook friends, complete strangers with a blog or YouTube channel that makes me green of envy. What they don’t show is their bathrooms right before they cleaned them and set up their lights to make the perfect “DIY tutorial” of course everyone is going to clean and perfect every detail before they post it on the Internet for the world to see. Yet we forget when we are surfing to remember that everyone poops and everyone has BO at times.

We are all made perfectly and should never compare ourselves to someone else. Especially when they have highly produced their images and videos to look amazing.

What ultimately matters is not how awesome your life looks on Facebook or any other social network site. What ultimately matters is who are you face to face. How do you treat other people? It’s a heart matter. Social media has crippled our priorities it has made us more focused on images, how many likes and how many friends we have that we forget to make real connections with people. Going beyond ourselves to invest into someone else and build relationships that change things and make a difference.

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Mona Lisa Masterpiece

blogtitle-monalisaHave you ever had a really awesome idea and you start thinking, planning and thinking some more. Then you start sketching, planning then doing a little more thinking and all of a sudden you see your idea on a blog or social media somewhere. You kick yourself because you knew you thought about it first. If only you had done it quicker instead of thinking so much. I don’t know about you but I feel like that has happened to me countless times.
I am definitely battling the perfectionist syndrome. When you have an idea you “see it” you can see the whole picture and how it should play out. So you think everything has to be perfect before you even start. Wrong!
This actually is a mind shifter for me. I think on one hand 60% of the work is in the planning. But at some point there needs to be action taken. Even just a small step towards the goal. There are so many things out there that can cause us to feel insecure to take a step because, what if we fail? Well, what if we don’t?
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I can understand the battle of overcoming that mindset. I think for artist it is the most difficult because it is more than just product or just making something. It’s about making something beautiful. When we as artists see the image and see the plans in our mind so beautifully crafted. When what we put out at first isn’t what we imagined we aren’t satisfied until it’s finished. Just like Leonardo DiVince, he has many paintings that are still “unfinished” but to everyone else they are looking at a complete masterpiece. To Leo he would see the pieces from his mind that were missing on the canvas.
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We should strive to get to the completed masterpiece but also be bold enough to just create. Beauty is really in the eye of the beholder. When we create things that are not yet “perfect” in our mind. Someone else might look at it and think it is more than perfect.
Be encouraged that whatever you are imagining will come. So take a step towards that dream and start with the first brushstroke. Don’t be discouraged by the process because one day you will make your Mona Lisa.
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Best Friends

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Today is the birthday of a very special girl in my life. As I get older it is easier to see things clearly and one thing you realize is how important relationships are. The good ones are worth doing whatever it takes to keep them. I have seen over the years that I am so blessed to have a friendship like I do with Tiffany Marie.
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Many people hope and search for a friendship like ours. A kind of friendship where you speak with your eyes and everyone around you is confused because you have a whole conversation with fragmented sentences. I don’t take her for granted. She is my best friend/cousin and I don’t take it lightly that not everyone is blessed with a friend as wonderful.
Growing up I would think that friendships had to be large in number, that you were better off having a lot of friends rather than a few amazing friends. It isn’t always rainbows and butterflies but allowing yourself to be open to someone and let them in really close is the most rewarding relationship ever. No one can ever replace Tiffs place in my life. There was a place carved out just for her that only she can fill.
She is the most talented make up artist and stylist I know. Today she is one year older and I am so blessed to have shared this life with her every year of our lives and every year to come she will be my bosom friend. Best friends are a gift from heaven.
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My Journey to a Graphic Design Degree

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To design or not to design that is the question. It still amazes me when people ask me the question “What does a graphic designer do?” Maybe the fact that the possibilities of a graphic designer are endless causes the profession to be somewhat a mystery to those around us.
I would like to encourage you to look beyond the bounds of your knowledge and think of the possibilities. I also started out knowing nothing of graphic design or what you can do with it. I was limited in my knowledge of the possibilities. Hopefully by sharing my experience it will shed some light and help you make a decision. Degree or no degree?

Journey to the Graphic Design Degree
When I started out my freshman year in college I was headed for the stage. I considered art a side thing, a hobby. As I progressed in my Theater Major and Fine Arts Minor I found myself looking forward to my art classes more than my theater classes. Don’t get me wrong I live for the stage and anything dealing with theater and film. I just seemed to see myself progressing in art and my theater classes taught things that seemed like second nature to me. So with a lot of discussion and thinking and praying I felt like “fine arts” was the way to go.
Never did I ever think of going into graphic design as a concentration. Painting was where I was headed. I took an entry level design class to fill a credit. I felt like an ant in Times Square. I was in over my head. I can remember freaking out not knowing how to log out of my user name on the Mac computers in the design lab. (granted this was before Mac was everywhere) I can remember gazing with my chin on the floor watching the seniors zip around adobe design suite like a boss. Every day I would go home thinking “I will never do design for a living.”
Was I ever wrong. I knew from the Lord that I was supposed to pursue Graphic Design. It scared me and I didn’t ever think I would get good at it. Let me tell you it is the best thing I have done (Go God, He knew what He was doing) Thinking about it, I know how to act and I know how to paint. I was staying in my comfort zone. Why should I pay thousands of dollars on a degree to learn something I already know?
What I Learned from my Graphic Design Degree
You might be surprised to know that the thing I value the most from my Graphic Design Degree has nothing to do with Photoshop, kerning, leading, points, or picas. The best thing I received from my graphic design degree was the ability to learn. Being self taught is the best quality to have as a graphic designer. With adobe updating every couple of years and technology moving at the speed of lightning, you never quit learning in this field. As a graphic designer you have to have the ability to research and get in there and figure it out. I can remember my best friend and I would get so frustrated when our design professor would send us away telling us to “look it up”. At first I thought he was cruel not helping us and telling us how to do this or that. Then after my first year I had taught myself web design and looked more like those seniors zipping through photoshop and InDesign. I realized he was teaching us the most important thing a graphic designer can have, the ability to be self taught.
On graduation day I can remember thinking that I didn’t feel like the same person that started out in that first “Graphic Design 101” course. It even changed my personality. I know that might sound crazy but I see the world very differently. I am much more organized and detailed than I was in High School.
Can I still do Graphic Design without a degree?
I am a strong believer in higher education but I don’t think it is impossible for someone to be very successful without it. With the vastness of the internet anyone can learn on their own if they are willing to do the work. I can say for myself I am thankful for the experience the degree gave me. I could have gone through and googled and tried to get where I am on my own but I know it would have taken me about 10 more years to get here. I feel as though the degree was like a launching pad giving me all the tools I needed to be a successful designer. I have still continued to grow and work on my craft, as every designer or artist should. We are always growing and always learning in our lives.
If you are thinking about getting a graphic design degree I encourage that thought. I have loved the possibilities that graphic design has opened up for me. Let me know what you think? Have you enjoyed your degree? Do you think a degree is necessary?
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