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The Process 106 – Self-Imposed Visualization Constraints, for Focus and Fun

September 10, 2020


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Constraints usually seem like a bad thing. Less freedom. You can’t do exactly what you want to do. You’re limited. But sometimes constraints can lead you towards unexpected paths.

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