Time to Do Good Work

Patience, practice, woodshedding, and taking the time necessary to become a craftsman are highly underrated endeavors for young designers (a group I still very much consider myself a part of).

Well, the knee-jerk reaction is that you want to get out there and start making amazing work like all the work that you’ve been looking at while you’re at school. It doesn’t always work that way. That’s okay because it takes time to really develop a sense of yourself and a sense of your own style, a sense of your own taste, and I think it’s totally okay. There’s always time to do good work.