Funny, Painfully Honest Diagrams that completely sum Up A Designer’s Life


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A New York-based designer and educator person has since created a website “www.ahelpfuldiagram.com” by Mitch Goldstein which is packed with some logistician diagrams that creatively and accurately captures the life, struggles and views of a designer or design student. This series has titled ‘A useful Diagram’, the website options easy, painfully honest diagrams concerning portfolios, hoarding fonts, specialisation and social life that most designers can likely be able to relate to.

We have hosted blow some diagrams to amaze you or you can visit the website to look at these brutally honest diagrams. do you agree with them?

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Designer’s Life Diagram
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In which we understand art school.
Designer’s Life Diagram
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In which we consider the results of hoarding.
Designer’s Life Diagram poster
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In which we consider the distraction of argument.
Designer’s Life Diagram funny
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In which we consider our relationship to technology.
 
Designer’s Life Diagram humor
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In which we lament our font collection.
Designer’s Life Diagram
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In which we consider how we spend our time.
Designer’s Life Diagram
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In which we understand our scope of knowledge.
Designer’s Life Diagram
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In which we beat a dead horse.
Designer’s Life Diagram funny
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In which we get inspired.
Designer’s Life Diagram
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In which we attend art school.
Designer’s Life Diagram fun
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In which we lament our digital instability.
Designer’s Life Diagram laugh
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In which we contextualize ourselves.
Designer’s Life Diagram problems
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In which we consider the role of sports in design.
Designer’s Life Diagram humor
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In which we consider finals week.
Designer’s Life Diagram humours
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In which we consider logo redesigns.

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