A Martial Artist’s approach to the whole ‘should designers learn code?’ discussion(hackingui.com)

over 6 years ago from Sagi Shrieber, Co-founder of HackingUI.com, Creator of the Side Project Accelerator

  • Bruce Vang, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

    TL DR for non-martial artist: It's good to know a little bit of code. In the martial arts universe, they've learned it's better to know multiple styles than to master only one.

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    • Sagi ShrieberSagi Shrieber, over 6 years ago

      Thanks Bruce for the TLDR :) although I made this one fairly short this time haha

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      • Bruce Vang, over 6 years ago

        Loved the article. I've been thinking the same and I think UX Design will forever evolving as well. When design first started, most people were only focused in UI. Now it's UI, UX, dev, animations, prototyping. What's next? WebGL 3D, Virtual Reality...ect. You have to keep evolving like a Martial Artist.

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