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Sage Advice From Savvy Designers - Part 2

In this week's edition of Sage Advice From Savvy Designers our designers talk about the importance of accepting criticism and feedback in order to improve one's work. 

You can apply this to your LEGO Ideas project in many ways in various stages of your project's life.

Before submitting your project it could, for instance, be important to ask others around you what they think of your model. Would they support it or even buy it? If not, why not? Is there something they feel could be changed? Incorporate that into your project to make it even more appealing. 

After submitting it, make sure you read all the comments that people post on your project. Sometimes there's valuable advice from other members that could inspire a project update that could refine and improve your original submission.

If your project expires before reaching 10,000 supporters, make sure you use that as a learning experience. Use the feedback in the comments section of your project and question why it didn't reach 10,000 supporters and apply those learnings to re-submitting your project. For instance, it might be a good idea to work on better images that show of your project in a better way, so that it attracts other members to click to see your project.

Tune in next week to catch a new episode of Sage Advice From Savvy Designers! 



Do you ever re-submit your projects? When you do, do you make changes to your projects or do you re-submit the same one?

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