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even more relatable digital design artist problems

Hello! Welcome back to maggie’s doodles. I hope you’re having a great day! 🌟

Today I’m continuing a post series that’s been really fun! I’ve been doing it periodically throughout the summer and I have a blast writing them πŸ˜‚πŸ’• it’s #DigitalDesignArtistProblems time!

This is the third post in this series. Click here and here to read the first two installments!

You’re invited to submit your own relatable problems at the end of each post, and I’ll include them in the next post I do like this! (if I get more than I can share in one post, it might be featured in the next post after that)

Let’s all commiserate and unite over how challenging (and awesome πŸ™ŒπŸ˜‚) digital design truly is!

It’s relatable problem time! (that sounds wrong πŸ˜†πŸ’•)

even more relatable digital
design artist problems

When you’re working on a design and your finger/the cursor accidentally hits text you weren’t trying to edit and it deletes/moves it 😭 hehe

When you add an emoji to an edit but the app doesn’t recognize it or makes it look weird (something like β–― lol)

When you have something awesome in mind and then it looks like a scribble because you drew it with your finger and not a stylus (submitted by Inaya and yes haha)

When you really love a font but it doesn’t match your blog at all

When you are doing digital art and don’t know what layer your mistake is on (submitted by Diamond and ugh yeeees)

When the perfect font you need is locked.. 😭 (submitted by Chloe and *cries with you* 😭😭)

When you make a featured image, then decide to
change the title of the post, then you have to

make the featured image all over again πŸ™ƒ

When you can’t seem to get the proportions right (submitted by Diamond and this couldn’t be more relatable πŸ˜‘πŸ€£)

When you design so much that you think your eyes are about to pop off πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­ (submitted by Lili and yes the struggle πŸ˜­πŸ‘Ž)

When you know what a font looks like but you can’t remember the name so you go on a journey trying to find it in the font list haha

Thanks to everyone who submitted their problems! I appreciate you πŸ₯³ and I feel your pain 🀣

Are you a digital design artist?
I’d love to feature the relatable problems
you’ve experienced!

Please submit them in the form below and I’ll include them*
in the next ‘relatable digital design artist problems‘ post!

(Click here to access the form if you’re on mobile)

Send in your relatable digital
design artist problems:
🎨

*they’ll be included if they’re relevant, aren’t ones I’ve already shared, and void where prohibited πŸ˜‚

Thank you so much for reading! πŸ’– once again, I love this series, and I’d love to continue it for as long as possible πŸ˜‚

Which problem/s could you relate to? What are some other ‘relatable problem’ posts I should do? Let’s chat in the comments!

12 thoughts on “even more relatable digital design artist problems”

  1. OMg I can do relate to the blog post title one! I always can’t stick with a title and on my blog I make Pinterest Pune and the duetted image for my post and if I change the title again I have to change all of that and it takes ages! Love this series

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