I've been using OpenAI's ChatGPT for a variety of tasks, and it's proven highly effective for a bunch of thing. But when it comes to more creative and design-centric tasks (especially in coding and web development), I find its capabilities are a lot worse than what it can do on say the backend and more logical coding.
In comparison to tasks that are largely logic-driven or require referencing a dataset, designing or performing creative tasks are, by nature, more subjective and can have multiple valid outcomes.
When using ChatGPT for such tasks, the results I get often don't meet the creative vision or aren't up to par with what a human designer could conceive. I understand that ChatGPT can't really "see" what it's producing and therefore it is basically making stuff up it thinks would look good, but it struggles a lot with getting it to look modern even when I provide specific instructions on the final output.
I'm wondering if there are methods, techniques, or adaptations that could help improve the performance of ChatGPT in these creative fields. These may include training methods, prompts design, or any other strategies that could be implemented.