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But before you dive headfirst into a world of logos and coffee and deadlines, there are a few quirks you ought to consider when dating designer folk.
You may think it will be fun to re-decorate your living room with the help of your designer partner, but you’re wrong. Not unless you are familiar with pantones, rules of aesthetics and tungsten lighting.
Maybe you're thinking about asking out a designer you've had your eye on for a while now? From obsessing about the worst and best fonts, to caring more about our awesome tattoos than anything else; let's face it, designers can be 'difficult'. Meanwhile your partner is lightly drumming their fingers, eyes raised, fully aware of what's going on. Can't you just go out for ONE night without over-analysing everything? Every billboard, every poster, every theatre programme... You don't really have much time to spend with your partner. You, as a designer, just have to have the cool things you love, no matter the cost. In all honesty, the only gift you'd truly be satisfied with would be a monograph from you favourite designer (the one you mention again and again) – not a reprint but an original of course, out of print but in perfect condition. The headline font is by Alex Trochut, the body is no longer Arial. You've added two hours to your partner's once quick and easy job.
Join us at The Baltimore Gallery in Detroit for some retro game show fun. Happy hour networking with food and beverages will follow.
Simona will ask members of Detroit’s design network challenging questions about how design services, like web development, graphics, video production, storytelling, interior design, and other solutions can solve every day business challenges, improve the bottom line, and otherwise make life better.
So you’ve nabbed yourself a designer and life is good.
You inherently feel more creative and have a newfound confidence wearing glasses.