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Something that I saw written about these @Daily UI prompts commented on how they aren't the best exercise because they exist inside a vacuum and aren't solving actual client problems, and are often idealized/utopic designs that likely couldn't be made into an actual end-product.
I think that's a valid criticism. I also know it's been a great way for me to practice a lot of skills that have gotten rusty for me, and in a way that I'm not having to expend a lot of time or mental energy to come up with something. I can also totally see some of these things I've come up with getting worked into client work in the future.
All that to say - do what you want - even if a design blogger shits on you for it.
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