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The Newbie Designer Starter Pack -

The job of a designer is both innovative and creative. Though they may reside themselves in one location for hours, they actually juggle an ocean of ideas both good and bad while also focusing on the design brief that they are given. Budding designers seek some inspiration quite often for challenges that are manifold and to combat the challenges that they have to face head on.

All the budding designers out there, we have a starter pack for you. Here you go!

    Coffee and More Coffee: Start your day with an overloaded cup of coffee and there is no harm in getting yourself refreshed again and again (all at company’s cost). And yes, do not forget to consider yourself to be a company’s asset, so what if you are a newbie. You know your work and that counts the most.

    Plug in Your Headphones: Invest in one of the best so to avoid some unwanted gestures without letting the influx of ideas disturbed and just go with the flow.

    Play Cool, Stay Cool: Looks matter and nice cool Ts will help you in getting mingle with the younger (and senior) crowd. Plus, you will also feel yourself at the center of attention and that gives you an extra edge over the others. Try it to believe it!

    Go to GitHub, Get Noticed: Do not go overboard with the ideas and refrain from being overconfident. Relying on internet for ideas and inspirations is not a big deal. Github is one such platform that allows you to manage a number of projects and collaborate with other developers to build software. Being creative is the recipe here to get noticed!

    Your Power bank: The problem with young blood nowadays is that they are not comfortable with criticism. But trust us, you will learn to rely on vitamin power bank to recover from the frustration you will be having from severe criticism sometimes. The worst part is that you have to accept it even if you do not like it as it helps in improving and enhancing your skills.

    Twitter(ati): Not at Twitter? Then you do not have any idea what improvements the social media can bring to your work. Only a few likes to your project and you will feel the urge to take the world by storm, in terms of creativity, of course!

Author Bio:    

Evan is an Expert in Digital Marketing. He has been working in the social media space since 2008, with a focus on design services, user interface planning, branding and more. Currently, he is leading content marketing efforts at DesignMantic and has played an integral part in the success story of DesignMantic through strategic marketing campaigns. Evan is also a design pro, who has shown a predilection towards DIY design projects.

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