Last year’s HOW Design Live featured dynamic discussions on essential design resources and career advice. It will be hard to beat, but this year’s conference promises to be better than ever. Jim Krause, a relentlessly creative designer and industry expert, gave a stimulating talk last year called “Learn by Doing.” His talk focused on how to find...
I still vividly remember a brainstorming meeting I once sat in on that had very few brains storming.
If it were an easy sell, a creative team would not be necessary.
Vince Lombardi's famous quote, If winning isn't everything, why do they keep score is as applicable in the business world as it is sports.
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.
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.
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Designer dad Rob Kimmel offers 7 games to kick-start any kid’s imagination and learning process with creative play.
Are you enjoying the exercises that accompany this web series, 30 Days to Creative Bliss? "Creative Workshop," by David Sherwin, is a HOW Book that provides 80 challenges to sharpen your design skills.
Have you begun to create your personal brand? Check out this creativity exercise that'll challenge you to write, sketch and create a label design for yourself.