In a world where almost everyone advertises, it’s really difficult to come up with a niche of your own - be it in content, design or the concept. With the advent of IoT (Internet of Things), everyone starting from a kid is an artist and can do anything that a designer or a writing genius can do. Internet, YouTube, Quora and WikiHow lets you do things easily, with a professional touch. With articles regarding various tips and tricks of web design, facts about mobile friendly designs etc any layman can be an expert and can work as good as a professional. But thank god for the internet, it just cannot bring in the years of experience that the experts are equipped with. For any successful venture, with hard work, a pinch of failure is also mandatory. That feeling of failure cannot be replaced by any net tutorial that you get from experience. Especially for a creative enterprise, to be always spot-on with the work is a continuous and on-going pressure. To be spot-on always is something that no one can ever achieve, but people do strive for it. For an experienced hand, it sure strikes spot-on without much of a striving. That’s what years of experience in a field gift you with! While may be a digital tool can do a flawless and spotless job, it is sometimes the human errors that become the niche and the trend that the world follows. Sometimes it is the flaws that make way for a flawless design. Digitization can also be very clean and can cut an edge to the artistic piece you are trying to render. Decluttering is pretty easy when it comes to digital arena. Deleting the things you want, organizing your workspace and even editing out the flaws can be a cake walk when it comes to digital workspace. Flawless can be very easy to achieve with a range of digital tools. Editing things and bringing them back to normalcy was never this easy before the advent of digital tools and technology. Along with all these positives we also are laden with negatives of such digital tools. One of them, as said above, is that everyone can be professionals. Digital tools have blurred the lines of expertise and experience in an art. This has its downside when it comes to practical purposes of the artistic product made.