These creativity exercises are meant to feed the mind of a creative genius, helping them stay sharp and generate killer ideas. Need a brain boost? Get started.
The good news: You can get better over time at developing creative ideas. The hitch? You have to work at it. Here are 3 creative exercises to get you started.
Jennifer Sukis lays siege to the continental United States in her quest to understand creative inspiration. Her weapons of choice are a pen and an open mind. Protecting the battlements are creative superpowers who have boldly changed their life using creativity alone.
Define Creativity. It's not easy. It's a lot like defining art or design. There is no perfect definition, but you know it when you see it. Creative teams often use brainstorming sessions to fuel the creative process.
Brainstorming alone can be a lonely and listless experience. But not to worry. Here are nine steps to keep solo brainstorming fresh and productive.
Designer dad Rob Kimmel offers 7 games to kick-start any kid’s imagination and learning process with creative play.
In this seven part series by Heather West, she tells the story of how one design firm has brought creativity back into the office with simple outings and exercises that stretched conceptual skills and brought a team together.
Are your brainstorming methods no longer effective? Use these 6 techniques to help revive your next team brainstorm.
"Creative Stuff" is an activity workbook for visual thinkers. If you need an extra jolt of inspiration today, download a free activity from this new HOW book.
The book "Unstuck" features 52 exercises, divided by time commitment, to help you beat creative block. Here we sample 5 for a work-week's worth of inspiration.