|Do you believe the newer generations are better at designing?
if they are not, they must be better dsigners. toda are too many tools to increase knowledge and practice
No, we're just working more with the computer thing. Works are differents :)
Hmm, new generations have been exposed to computers and software for much longer than older generations, so they have mastered these things at a younger age. However, they also tend to lack originality, because you don't have to work as hard to find your voice and your style.
Before you could be a pioneer because the market wasn't so saturated and there were new things yet to be discovered, now it's harder to do something nobody has seen before.
The principles stay the same just the options of expressing them change. It's getting easier to do something but not easier to do brilliant things.
They do it in a different way. That's not better or worse. They try to fit into an existing to world with the drive to change it. That's awesome.
I have had a passion for design my entire life. I see some newcomers that think they are the best on the block, but they lack the basic knowledge and understanding of true design. They don't have the love of it.
Some are yes, they've simplified the art of less is more.. but I would prefer spending more time to get the designs i have then cutting out a lot of great stuff.
As a whole, I believe the accessabilty of design software has very nearly destroyed the real designers value in today's market. A $300.00 PC & some pirated software & everybody is a designer. WRONG.
pay your dues. Start at the bottom. EARN your way to designer, and for shuts sake, STOP WORKING FOR NOTHING! We as designers over the past several decades have built value in our trade. It took only a couple of years for talentless hacks to tear down what we worked so hard to build up.
No necessarily. There's some very good lessons to learn from the more traditional ages of graphic design.
Not better just not so limited. In the old days of design, (before web design even existed) people were not as free as they are now in their design. Just like people are more free in wearing whatever clothes they like, so are designers free to design whatever they like (in accordance with their clients of course).
No. I think though it is more accessible to them though given the advances in technology that pretty much everyone has access to.
Not particularly. We have been submitted to so many advertisments throughout our lives do we really take anything in. Do we appreciate art like it was generations ago? I don't think so. We have numerous amounts of things to distract us that true art has been put on the back burner and design is a second thought. Selling the product comes first, how we sell it- does not matter.
It's not the period of time that makes a great designer. Sure nowadays we have tools to do stuff that was never possible before. But older generations were innovative back then and we are now. Only we have an advantage that's underestimated. We have a greater historical part to design then they did. You can always look back in time, we do have more time to look into.
Yes and no, there's a lot of misconception out there of what a designer is. A lot of people believe, just because they buy the Adobe applications they think they're designers. That's not the case at all, design is an art and it has a purpose that what makes it work.
I believe it's getting harder and harder to be unique, but if people have talent it's easier. But if you don't but still have the passion you can do anything!
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