5 Ways to Get Rid of Designer’s Block

Anyone who works in a creative capacity understands the issue of [fill in the blank] block. It’s an irritating occurrence that silently creeps into your creative process and brings it to a grinding halt.  Whether you’re a writer, graphic artist, or eLearning designer, you’ve experienced those blocks which always seem to happen at the most inopportune times.

Whenever it hits, feeling stuck is not fun; especially if you’re on a deadline or are just kicking off a new project. If you find yourself facing a severe case of designer’s block, try these five tips to get you unstuck and moving ahead:

Listen to music

Many people who work in a creative capacity already listen to music while they’re working. So how can music help if you’re listening to music and you’ve got a bad case of designer’s block? Change the channel on your radio (if you’re still listening to one). Or create a new playlist. Or switch up the genre. Maybe your go-to classical composers aren’t going to inspire you today, but when you hear some Pearl Jam, you’ll be ready to let that design rip.

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