I'll be honest: I can barely draw a stick figure. My 4-year-old draws better than I do, and he's certainly more imaginative. I have no skills in graphic design, but more fundamentally, I have no gift for it. I cannot imagine a "good looking page" in my head which I would then implement. And it's not what I want to be doing - I want to write code, not nudge antialiased pixels in Photoshop.
Meanwhile, many FCC projects seem to require just that: good design skills - or else they will look really beginner-ish. I have completed my Random Quote Machine and I am even a bit proud of the db-backed microservice I wrote for it and all the neat little features hidden under the hood (prefetch!). But the page is just some text on some background and a couple of buttons which look good thanks to Bootstrap.
Now I have all the code I need for the Weather project, but I've been stuck for a few days (and broke my streak), because I have no idea how to design the page, even with the fantastic weather icons. I am afraid it will only get worse, since there are many graphics-heavy projects ahead: the Pomodoro Clock, Tic-Tac-Toe and many others. And just as I know that it is within my grasp to write all the code for them, I also have no idea about to give them a nice look.
While the new and improved FCC is still in beta (and the new curriculum looks awesome!), might I suggest placing more emphasis on working, efficient, useful code, and less on projects that call for graphic design? (After all, we have envato for that.)