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Martin Gittins (@kosmograd) is an interactive designer from London, where he lives with a collection of children and bicycles. He is fascinated by Modernism, cycling and the design process. Find out more at Kosmograd.

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Building A Portable Design Toolkit

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the staggering array of resources and options available to designers. In this article, we’ll explore the idea of consciously restricting yourself to a set of core tools that you know, love and trust.

Building A Portable Design Toolkit

Take a traditional craftsman — let’s say a carpenter. While they may have access to a wide range of tools in their workshop, they will take a bag with just a few carefully chosen tools when working away. Similarly, an artist may have a wide range of paints, brushes and accessories in their studio, but will carefully select a limited palette and a few choice brushes when painting in the field.

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