I'm new to the site and I really enjoy it. I like teaching and I have a fair amount of graphic design experience. My question is general and it's about the question and answer system here on GDSE:
Should I answer questions which others might flag as too vague, open ended, unspecific, similar to another, inexperienced, lack of examples, or generally improperly asked?
I'm aware of the community standards. I see a lot of people come in and ask their first question and immediately have their question closed or flagged for one of the reasons above. This is probably discouraging to them and they may never come back.
I can usually see plainly what they're asking for and sometimes I have a useful answer. What serves the greatest purpose of helping people with their graphic design questions, answering sincerely or catching them up on a technical problem with their question?
If I can help why shouldn't I?