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Why I left design school to become a developer

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Kevin McCarthy @mccarthy_kp / Instagram Let me begin by stating this was, by no means, an easy decision. In 2014 I got accepted to the University of Cincinnati for architectural design under their D.A.A.P. (Design, Art, Architecture and Planning) program. I was a strong calculus student, acknowledged for my artistic ability, and architecture seemed to be a nice common ground between technical skills, analytical skills and design. After about a year, I’d begun questioning my decision. Frustrated with the process — abnormally

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