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.
Designers face all kinds of creative roadblocks, from procrastination to self-criticism to lack of energy. Here's how to overcome them.
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.
Is your creativity waning? Neil Brown explores 6 ways you can easily spark new ideas.
When it comes to branding, capturing a day and making it a National holiday is not a bad thing.
If you're a creative, you probably have a better chance of solving real world problems than rocket scientists focused solely on math and logic.
Bold, unsafe ideas are useless to the organization unless those ideas are grounded in strategy, grounded in the essence of the brand, grounded in the wants and needs, hopes and dreams of end users. Find tips for ensuring a safe environment to nurture big ideas.
Sideswipes to your ideas come with the territory of being a creative. But don't let those negative noises from the outside manifest into self-doubt.
For many years now I’ve been fascinated by the number 3 and how it seems to have an important and powerful place in our culture—at times even magical. Think about it—the Holy Trinity; Goldilocks and the 3 Bears; The 3 Little Pigs; 3 Little Kittens; Winkin’, Blinkin’ and Nod; 3 Men in a Tub;...
I'm not a big fan of reality tv, but I would love to peek into the world of a digital creative designer.