How I write for design

publishedabout 1 month ago
1 min read

Hello Reader,

I’m sure you aren’t too surprised that I’m writing about writing again. It’s a topic I keep coming back to as I see it as being so fundamental to really understanding the world around me including my work!

This time I’ve given a lot of thought about how it fits into my process and finally putting it down on paper. I think I even surprised myself when I realized how simple it can be and how accessible it can be for all of us. The results really outweigh the effort and even a few bullet points can make your next project a lot easier.

Let me know how it goes! Just hit reply and I'll get back to you.

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"A big secret is that you can bend the world to your will a surprising percentage of the time—most people don’t even try, and just accept that things are the way that they are.

People have an enormous capacity to make things happen. A combination of self-doubt, giving up too early, and not pushing hard enough prevents most people from ever reaching anywhere near their potential."
- Sam Altman

Anton Sten

Let's keep this quick, I specialize in delivering outstanding digital products through strategy and design. Through my newsletter, I'll share with you how I've helped companies like Google, Spotify and Loom have better user experiences. Occasionally, I'll throw in a thing or two about running a solo business (I've been doing this for 15 years).

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