I'm so so sorry @matteo. I think you got me completely wrong. I approach you because I understand you valued his skills as fitting to your needs.
For that spot, I'm here. If, as a community, we could be pointing to each other quicker and understanding others' needs, we can solve problems and drive faster.
Look at me as bridge-builder, closing gaps, and unifying people thought proper planing. A good looking design doesn't solve anything. A communicational language like @C0n57an71n did, is why important, he approaches something with an adequate design which many talented designers doing.
If I figure the common ground between you, I will be able to give more attention to little things that make us approachable community.
Things are working here organically and tend to be a slow process, but with thoughtful design thinking, we can achieve better results.
In the bottom line, you made a connection upon his expression. That's what happens in communities. I'd like to build content/media in that direction to connect people within the community while we are getting more prominent.
In real life, I'm a product designer. Regardless of that, I encourage you to read about Kaizen's philosophy as what I'm standing for. That's my personality right there, not as you though
Maybe you have idea how we can close that gap between designers and developers? I already suggested creating a new section of "Teaming/Grouping" where everyone can offer their skills to collaborate on project together.
So we can work more efficiently within a designated area. I'm not sure if 'request for help' or 'suggest an help' titles are more describe it, until my process get done we need to address things in here.
Shell, we build bridges than?