Carmel Hassan Tecnología, Diseño y Sociedad

Side Projects

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I think everybody should have at least one side project.  

It forces you to think in the consequences of your decisions and assume the responsability of sucess or failure

It keeps you focused on looking for the perfection while you have to be aware of being pragmatic.

It helps to balance a good design and a good implementation

Side projects are personal, so you learn the importance of being proud of what you do.

Side projects are pressure-free, so you learn to enjoy of every step of the process. 

My side projects may never succeed but I won’t keep on working on them because they help me to love my job, to go on discovering new things, to settle down knowledge and to maintain the illusion.

Does this mean that your daily job doesn’t give you the same kind of experience?

Absolutely not, time and budget factors are key to keep it real. I strongly believe that productivity is necessary as a way of taking the most of your dedicated time at work. Besides, work it’s the perfect team environment to proof all what you get from your side projects. 

So yes, love what you do, do what you want, and collect what you get with proud and satisfaction.


Cinefilica is my side project, and now I have the chance to take it back and share it with a very good friend of mine who’ll help me to try a different idea over the same concept.

I'm UX/Product Designer at Ebury. I have a caotic side project called Cinefilica and founded the most interesting tech community in Málaga Yes We Tech.

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