10 Lessons Designers Can Learn from Kids

The world works in strange ways at times. Great ideas sometimes come from the most unimaginable of places in unimaginable ways. Take Archimedes for example. He submerged himself in a bathtub and instantly come up with an idea that redefined physics, a phenomenon that is known to this day as the Eureka Effect. While Archimedes experienced this only once, graphic designers go through Eureka moments all the time and just like Archimedes, these moments can come from the most unexpected of places.

Today’s post is about one such source of inspiration and motivation – Children. More importantly this post is about what lessons graphic designers can learn from them.

An active blogger, editor and creative writer for LogoSnap.com, Sana is an art buff who likes to stay ahead of design trends. She is helping educate both graphic designers and small business owners on how to effectively market themselves online.

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