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As a designer, you’re obliged to be thrilled by the unknown. If you’re only concerned with the known, there won’t be much room for innovation or improvement. If a project isn’t as successful but my wife and business partner, Cheri, and I learned and grew in the process of working on it, then it doesn’t feel like a loss, and if we know a project is going to be easy and almost certain to succeed but there’s nothing new to


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