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It’s time to wrap up 2021

I want to wrap things up for 2021 and share my thoughts on what I’ve been up to with this blog of mine and what I’ve got planned for 2022.

Marc Andrew
Dec 22, 2021
2 min read
Photo by Ryan Stone / Unsplash

Well, 2021 has been another strange kind of year, right?

An improvement on last year for most of us, I’m sure, but still a time of uncertainty both personally and professionally.

I want to wrap things up for 2021 and share my thoughts on what I’ve been up to with this lil’ blog of mine and what I’ve got planned for 2022.

Let’s get to it...


Creating a valuable resource for both designers & developers.

Designer sat at a desk looking at a laptop
Photo by Headway / Unsplash

For most of 2021, I’ve been working hard to make this blog right here a valuable resource for designers and developers, both new to the game and the more experienced.

Wherever you are in your learning journey, I hope that my articles, tips and such have helped you in some way and that you’ve enjoyed reading them as much as I’ve enjoyed creating them.

Next year I’d like to bring a little more. I was thinking something along the lines of Live Webinars, Design Courses, that kind of thing, where you can get an even deeper insight into the fantastic world of UI & UX Design and improve your skills even further.

I hope 2022 is a prosperous year for you, whatever you’re working on, and that you keep giving it your very best.

Always keep learning. Always keep improving. Go out there and smash it!


Let me know what you’d like to see in 2022?

If you have suggestions for articles (or anything else) that you'd like to see from me in 2022, please let me know in the comments below.

Here’s to a great 2022 folks!

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Thanks for reading the article,
Marc.