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Prototype Smaller, Prototype Often



medium bookmark / Raindrop.io | It’s taken me a few years since graduating from school to realize my greatest enemy was the oversized aspirations I had for each project. As an industrial and interaction design student, I wanted things to be impeccably designed, well-built, and cool — but all of these goals would weigh down my productivity. They also usually resulted in some pretty half-baked ideas, and just didn’t quite meet the level of execution I had dreamed up. I have found since then that instead of trying to articulate incredibly grand designs,
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