Design as a service trade-offs

Why people prefer to deal with design studios — design as a service?

Taming Your Gremlin!

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Project Management Triangle

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Moving from Low fidelity to hi-card design done by Tremoloo Team

What’s the difference between the above three images?

So, why all studios are not focusing on (Mature projects/client)?

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”
— Arthur Ashe

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Trade-offs aren’t always something bad but making all costs visible and this is how it should be.

“Embrace change. True success can be defined by your ability to adapt to changing circumstances.”—Connie Sky

4 Comments

  • MarioVek says:

    How do aphorisms differ from adages and proverbs.
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    Now compare that proverb to this famous aphorism.
    You get up and keep trying.
    Opportunities don’t happen.
    Sandys said, Honestie the best policie, which in modern English is…
    Shifting gears a little, let’s talk about one of the world’s greatest aphorists – Benjamin Franklin.
    (I say these words to make me glad),
    Then use it as a guideline to stay focused on your general theme.
    Now here’s the big question.
    If you do, you agree with George Herbert’s famous aphorism from his book, Outlandish Proverbs.
    Nanakorobi yaoki.
    George Washington is known for his wise sayings.
    This is especially true if the excuse is a lie.
    Other Common Examples of Aphorisms
    They’re easy to remember and pass down through generations because they’re concise.
    Build a storyline around that saying.

  • Rickymef says:

    Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me Link to proverb.
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    A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush Link to proverb.
    Blood is thicker than water Link to proverb.
    A problem shared is a problem halved Link to proverb.
    You can’t run with the hare and hunt with the hounds Link to proverb.
    More the merrier – The.
    Shoemaker’s son always goes barefoot – The.

  • LewisRob says:

    There’s an exception to every rule Link to proverb.
    Early bird catches the worm – The.
    Little things please little minds.
    Many a mickle makes a muckle.
    Time will tell.
    You pays your money and you takes your choice.
    Curiosity killed the cat.

  • Willienip says:

    They that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind.
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    The early bird catches the worm.
    A friend in need is a friend indeed Link to proverb.
    Finders keepers, losers weepers.
    A bad penny always turns up Link to proverb.
    Change is as good as a rest – A.
    Adversity makes strange bedfellows Link to proverb.

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