…tion inside the frame — you could spend a lot of time making the thing that goes inside the frame — and that’s the trick, making sophisticated things simple. It’s not a question of building things up, but a question of: how do I flatten this, make it so ev…
“…the only simplicity to be trusted is the simplicity to be found on the far side of complexity.” - Alfred North Whitehead
I think its difficult for young or inexperienced people to convey simplicity because there’s still so much to be understood. A simple solution could be to spend more time learning, but the more I learn the less I feel like I know.
Maybe your frames are the answer? Try to learn what’s inside your frame of reference before trying to understand others?