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All for designers learning how to code or program, but a *much* more practical and useful skill to learn would be learning how to write.
Obvious UI advice: If you need a 10 step help tutorial *and* a video *and* a big "help me" link to support your UI, you've done it wrong.
Nice, short definition: Design is defining "courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones." - Herbert A. Simon
You've engaged a designer to help with your idea. Right away, you're asked questions that make you uncomfortable. You're on the right track.
There is a lot to be said for simply choosing to be positive in rough times.
Product design tip: if you can solve a problem without adding/changing the UI, that's usually better and where you should look first.
It's you, not u. And your/you're not ur. I see this in professional email far too often. My grammar is often awful, but this is ridiculous.
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