If I Knew Then What I Know Now
a special discussion board feature
Advice is cheap, and hindsight is 20-20, but whether you had a
great school experience or a crappy one, there's no way that you
can come out of a design education without a few bits of advice
for those just starting out.
"Sit in on classes early this semester to find out what
courses to register for next semester."
"Go to museums and galleries; fill your brain with with art
part to complement the design part."
"If you can afford it, do a semester abroadyou'll remember
it more than all your design classes combined."
So, if you knew then what you know now, what piece of critical advice
would you give to design students as they enter the 2004 Fall school
Below is a link to a new discussion board for designers who have
been out of school for awhile. This is your gift to the incoming
class, so be wise, be truthful, believe.
I knew then what I know now: (Advice to students from designers
out of school)