Sara Cannon: When Stealing is Good: How to Become Better at Your Craft

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December 19, 2015

In art class we were taught to copy the masters such as Da Vinci, Van Gough, and Caravaggio. This taught us skills like technique, form, & contrast. The same principle applies to learning any skill – steal from the masters and learn from it.
In this design-focused talk, we’re going to explore a few methods of sharpening our skills and intuition. Design, code, & user experience can all be improved when we take a deeper look into successful implementations. We’ll analyze some methods and steal a few things along the way – learning how to truly make it our own.

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WordCamp NYC 2015 45

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Sara Cannon 19

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design 195

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English 4803

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