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Whether you are a designer, developer, writer, or any other sort of creator, you are familiar with constraints. Working within them can seem like a burden or a hindrance to your creativity. But are constraints all bad? This article from WebVisions talks with designer Shay Howe about how limitations can benefit design.
“Constraints force our attention, and make us focus. They provide guidance for what’s relevant, or topical, and shine light on what’s off course,” says Shay.
Constraints create an easier environment for consistency and for decisions to be made.
“When the possibilities are endless, and constraints are near invisible, I’m not convinced it makes the decision process any easier. Constraints are great for narrowing our options, most commonly those not beneficial to us.”
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