Most BAS designs are terrible...
There I've said it.
Most BAS designs resemble the ink blot paintings a 3-year-old creates and not the "Picasso's" and "Rembrandt's" you see in museums. But why is that? Why are most BAS designs so unbearingly terrible?The reason is actually quite simple. No one teaches BAS design. Think about, the best designers in your office. Did they go through formal design training? Probably not...
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Here's the deal. So many folks who start learning how to design a BAS end up failing and the reason is they are failing is that they spend a ridiculous amount of time learning stuff I don't need to know.The thing is, your learning journey doesn't have to be that way. Learning to be a good designer really comes down to four things:>
There is a way. I know you, just by making it this far I know that you believe there is another way. You believe, and maybe that belief is a tiny little flicker of hope, but nonetheless, you believe that you can learn this. If
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