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Education: Design vs. software

If all you got is a limited time and the choice stands between preferring software learning or design learning - so go for design.

Design absorbs in its best by working endlessly on "annoying" design chores, from personal stories about projects and discussing design & by watching how an experienced designer reacts to a designed work. what does he look at, what would he prefer or ask to change, the face he made.

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When it comes to software, a teacher helps to understand the logic of the program.
It's  more effective to learn a software in our free time, and just focus during class on understanding what ticks the experienced designer. A software can be learned online. As an employee, you will learn from colleagues until reaching the minimal professional standard. Furthermore, software always updates and changes. The logic usually stays, and sometimes we need to start again from scratch.


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