programming is always a dream that is achievable but don't have the time to actually learn it :(
working in front of the computer to program everyday would be the dream (for me anyway). and idk, I've always been invested with the technological world and I'd like to have skills to contribute to it.
I'm going to be doing this some this summer but I'd learn how to use all the programs in the Adobe Suite if I could. I know how to use Photoshop, Spark, Acrobat, Premiere, and Aftereffects, and I'm planning to learn InDesign and Illustrator this summer, but I'd really like to know how to use all the programs if I could.
The first thing that normally comes to my mind is a programming language. But I think even more than that, I really want to dab into web design and learn and master that as well. I like looking at pretty stuff so I think that would be an area I would feel more passionate about going into if I had more time on my hands, haha.
for me, it would have to be, probably repair/build computers, so it can be an interesting like thing i can make money from, plus im already learning it atm, so partially there.
If not that, uh maybe web design or app coding, since uh, idk why.
Probably music at this point. I like the ideas behind programming- refining, creative, problem solving, etc.. but I think It all stems from art/artistic expression. So I would want that at the root to be as refined as possible before anything else now.
I wanna learn InDesign, and really should while I still have an Adobe subscription, but without concrete projects to fumble through, I have basically no idea where to even start and what to do, so I haven't. :(
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