Edit: Changed title to a more meaningful name.
A lot of developers always say they suck at designing. I'm not a great developer but I am no designer either. I learn coding in my spare time. I've never had an I.T related job or anything related to Qt. I would love to make real world Qt Quick apps as a hobby. I started to learn it a while ago but stopped. The reason was my test scripts looked so awful. I thought what's the point learning this, even if I know how to code, it won't save the ugly look of the UI. I recently considered trying to learn Qt Quick again, but like I said, I do it in my spare time. I don't have a team or a designer to save or do my designs and I really lack creativity. So this post is a reality check I will need answered.
Is it essential to have good design skills to make Qt Quick apps that people will take seriously?
And if yes, should I give up now rather than waste my time learning Qt Quick?
Do the same problems apply to QtWidgets?