Hey there, and welcome to my tiny little "experimental blog". Well, answering the title's question, I'm starting this little experiment to get better at writing.
A big fan of dropping meaningless gifs // via giphy
What I recognized from the latest experimental projects that I did, was that I don't write much about the process I pass through to come with a specific solution, I just post the solution itself and that's it. Which doesn't give the full image of the solution, and it doesn't explain why I believe that this solution would reflect the best outcome for the product. All these questions started to come on my mind when I was putting together a new portfolio, that has dedicated pages for various projects, and all that I added in these pages was the name of the project and a link to a graphical presentation, okay but where is the process of this, how I came to this design solutions. Here when I found that there's a problem, and I'm not presenting my work the right way.
Asking myself why I'm not writing much about it, I came up with answers such as; I lack writing skills, or I got into the trap of thinking that posting images of the design solutions is enough, that if we want to talk only about presenting work, and not sharing knowledge, because oh snap! I don't do this too!
I have this feeling that I'm sharing a lot of images but not much of thoughts, and to be honest I don't know how I came to this place, and I feel that I will come over this by starting this "experimental blog", writing more about my process, and sharing more knowledge and learning on the way.
Scoopty-whoop // via giphy
To share my thoughts as a human on human interface design, plus various other matters that are related in a way or another.