When we started out Yak six months ago, we relied extensively on the value of spontaneity. This has greatly benefited us in various ways; we still wholeheartedly think that experimenting in a spontaneous manner has taught us a lot. It is very much synonymous to how children learn, if warned about a hot cup, they'd probably shrug the warning off and extend their arms to grab it, but once their hands hit its ceramic exterior, no more cup touching for a while.
Similarly we we
As a creative, probably one of the hardest phases of any project isn’t its creation, but usually the phase where you get to show it to other people. The daunting endeavour of putting out what you worked on for other people to see fills us with a horrifying feeling that many designers are well aware of. Putting out work doesn’t seem like you’re showcasing effort nor an output of a period of time, but more of showcasing who you are as a person. This feeling causes many designer
The Biggest ELEPHANT in the Room I remember a few months right before my last exam, my mental fortitude was an almost unbreakable state which only occasionally succumbed to academic critiques. This mental fortitude however existed out of my constant knowledge of the step beyond the one I am making at the given moment. I always knew what I had to do next and when I should do it. This tactical knowledge brought my overwhelming confidence that helped navigate through my daily li