Designing in the Browser ver. 1.0 RC

32f242f75b63e7174b493446de54a6b8?s=47 Yuya Saito
September 15, 2013

Designing in the Browser ver. 1.0 RC

2013/09/14 (土) - 第15回リクリセミナー「Frontrend in Osaka」

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Yuya Saito

September 15, 2013
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    An essential aspect of a painter's canvas and a musical

    instrument is the immediacy with which the artist gets something there to react to. ❞
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    A canvas or sketchbook serves as an "external imagination", where

    an artist can grow an idea from birth to maturity by continuously reacting to what's in front of him. ❞
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    The tools that kept you safe thus far, that you've

    mastered well enough to use in your sleep—those tools will not always be sufficient. […] So invest in new tools. ❞
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    The most dangerous thought you can have as a creative

    person is to think you know what you're doing. ❞
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    Learn tools, and use tools, but don't accept tools. Always

    distrust them; always be alert for alternative ways of thinking. ❞