I never learned how to handle feedback in school because we were mostly just learning basic design principles and how to use the applications. Everything I’ve learned about what to do with feedback or criticism was learned on the job. None of my classmates ever brought up the weird color combinations or transitions I’d use, so […]
Getting a product design job can feel like a marathon. You’ve spent weeks updating your portfolio site with fresh project stories, hours scrolling through (very similar) job postings, and paced 1,000’s of Fitbit steps around your home during phone screens. Finally, there’s an in-person interview on the calendar. Time to panic.
Another week has flown by and that means it’s link round-up time. Grab a cup of joe ☕ and dig in!
It’s raining 💦 here, so we’re all cooped up inside because we’re Austinites, and we don’t know how to deal with wet weather (¯\_(ツ)_/¯). That leaves plenty of time to catch up on our feeds and find awesome new stuff. What are your finds this week? Share them with us in the comments!
Andrea Trninic is a graphic designer out of Houston Texas and is hands-down one of my favorite people I’ve worked with. She is tremendously talented and has an enthusiasm that is contagious to even the worst case of the Mondays. It’s really hard to be in a bad mood when she’s around. She was awesome enough to […]
Dribbble is a pretty controversial subject around the design community; some people love it and others think it’s a waste. Just do a search for Dribbble over on Medium and you’ll see what I mean (I’m sure you already do). But I’m not here to talk about that, I find tremendous value in their community and am […]
Today’s theme for the link roundup is, “Making life better and awesome.” 👀 below to find internet things to help you save money, get organized, find a movie to watch, make your products more accessible, and print animated gifs. What a time to be alive.
It’s National Watermelon 🍉 Day! What better way to celebrate than to freshen up your workspace (and keep summer alive!) with some sweet watermelon accessories?
In the excitement of learning a new tool and all of it’s ins-and-outs, some stuff can just get lost in the noise. Only recently (read: 6 months) did I start using Sketch in my regular workflow. I was put on a project with our product team and decided it was time to check it out. So […]
Even though it feels like the world is getting more divided every day, one thing that many people have in common is the love they have for their children. No matter what race, language or culture, parents are doing their best to provide what they can for their kids. Here at The Sixbees, we want to […]