Since I’ve started writing my blog, I wanted to present myself in the most professional way I could. I knew the more professional I’d be, the more this blog would help me in the future. After I started working at Inkod Hypera Ltd., using the skills I earned and also the blog, I had another perspective about the blog. Working with talented UX & GUI designers makes me learn a lot every single day, but I noticed I can’t find a topic to write about, and I don’t have the same motivation I had before. Why is that happening?
I’m a designer and I know I have lots of flaws and weaknesses, putting me far from being able to design the perfect product. I know I can’t trust myself, but that motivates me to idiot-proof my whole workflow. I help myself with any app and service there is, I test myself a hundred times and I make sure I’m doing the right job, before I publish it. This is my personal way of managing workflow, and if you’re having some (or all) of the self-management problems I’m having, I hope you’ll use these tools for your benefit (Also, at the end of the post you can sign up for the newsletter and get a checklist of this workflow for your personal use).
Yes. I know it sounds like a black-metal song title, but actually it’s not as dark as it sounds. Death of people I know can really make my head work and make me think about life achievements and goals.
For the past couple of months I’ve been singing in my car, loud as hell, every single work day (and sometimes at weekends). I’ve been recording every singing session and sending it to a good friend of mine (And he does the same thing in return). I know, from the outside, it’s probably one of the dumbest things ever, but it really starts up my day in the best way and makes it much better. I’ll try to explain why I’m doing it, so if you see me singing my ass out, you’ll think I’m a bit less stupid than I look.