You applied for a job that fits you like a glove, and you feel like you can do great things for the company while growing as a professional. The only thing that’s making you unsure is being the only designer there.
Some time goes by, and you start to feel the pressure, while the imposter syndrome kicks in. How do you manage to be the only designer in your workplace without losing your shit?
I’m at that point in my career where I have mixed feelings about being the only designer in my company: most of the days I love it, but sometimes I feel like an imposter. It might look like I have everything under control, but in reality, I feel like I’m constantly failing and every new task leaves me more anxious. There are times where it gets so bad that I even question if I really should be doing this, especially without “proper” design education.
Can I call myself a designer? Based on which criteria?
Today we’re entering the forbidden zone. We’re facing two of the biggest weaknesses of designers: ego and rejection.
March is all about celebrating powerful and brilliant women, this month I’m doing exactly that: I’ll tell you all about different women and their non-conforming attitudes.
Today’s post is about a number how that number changed a woman perspective on things and got her to initiate something new.
Positive Design. I heard it for the first time and I immediately thought about designers doing meditation and positive thinking (let’s face it, most of them should really do it). But has it turns out, it has nothing to do with that.