I've put together a list of the firefox add-ons I use, which you can find here https://www.mariobreskic.de/mein-firefox-add-on-stack/
In a very serious manner, you can not use the hashtag #graphicdesign and expect ANYONE to see it.
This needs more research, I am sure, but to find the posts whch work, despite the hashtag should provide some insight into why practically everyone using the tag might as well not post at all or omit the tag itself.
It drives me nuts, to be honest
I did not not enjoy finding new forums to try out. I like how forums work.
Essentially, I believe that social media as a whole is carried by a generation of people who think that they should matter to you, because they have decided to be famous.
Where does that leave you?
I propose calling this "trickle-down follower capital" and moving on to something more interesting. Like making friends again.
Each social media platform is carried by a single generation of people, I think. Overall, I think that social media is a dated concept. What if you're not comfortable with sharing your thoughts? What if you already have a job and don't see a point in being your own social media manager? I see all these people who promote their content, and all they do is compete with everyone else on the same platform, not just with the people and brands who are their competitors.
I was lacking motivation and drive lately, but seeing what insane finished pieces two art direction master students brought as entries to the Art Director's Club this year changed that.
I need to finish my bachelor's degree, so that I can move on towards art direction. Needless to explain, they're from the same alma mater as me, so that helps.
What motivated you recently, o reader mine?
Final year graphic design student. Signiculturist, Bildwissenschaftler, Gestalter
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