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Why Good Designers Can Never Do Their Best Work

Do you find yourself constantly dissatisfied with your creative endeavors? You’re not alone.

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InIn one of Tobias van Schneider’s recent email newsletters, he discusses why he has a hard time saying what his favorite project is, because he’s never 100% satisfied with any of them.




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Benek Lisefski

Benek Lisefski

I’m a UX/UI designer from Auckland, New Zealand. Writing about freelancing & business for indie designers & creatives at

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