Sometimes I pick my smartphone and my bluetooth speaker, I open some karaoke video on YouTube and I start to sing along, all by myself, just for fun. :D
I wanted to work with something related to art and visual communication. I didn't know much about design, so that was my criteria to choose the course. During the first weeks, I started to discover how big it was. Understanding that design is about solution development for people's problems was a happy surprise.
Trello (or anything that helps me to organize my kanban mural).
Psychotherapy. Mental health is a blessing!
I usually get inspired by things I consume. It can come from a video game menu, a movie art direction, a rock band album cover or some social media publication, for instance. Besides that, when I'm actively looking for specific references, I go to platforms like Pinterest, Behance, Designspiration and so on.
My English proficiency.
Design isn't just graphic design. And graphic design isn't just beautiful screens.
I would be probably a musician.
I try to keep it minimally organized, but you will always find some random files lying around.
Blue Pills - a positive love story (A graphic novel by Frederik Peeters).
Stay open for inspiration, stay open for feedbacks, ask for help and learn from your mistakes.
When I'm working, the pomodoro method. When doing things at home, keeping the smartphone away is a good choice.
Video games (or my dog barking).