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Dear Designer

Dear Designer: How You Can Tell You’re Getting Better

Being a better designer is about being a better person

Illustration: Jinhwa Jang

TThis week’s question comes from Twitter, instead of a reader email. I began to reply and then quickly realized it was better answered here, where we have the room for a little more thought and nuance. And this question needs thought…




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