Great minds like a think.
The L word, business and people who just don’t think emotions are appropriate.
Brands grow old but they need to do it gracefully and with style.
What is the future for creativity? Will it even matter?
Is it fair to treat everyone as if they’re the same, or is equality not always the same as fairness?
When did being unoriginal become a virtue?
Why are we so tongue tied about such an amazing online world?
What happens when they ask you to do the one thing you always said you wouldn’t? How far will you really go for your ideals?
The next secret sauce for success: Being agile? Being customer centric? Think again. There’s something much more important than that.
How do you know if a company can change? Do they even want to change, or is disruption / design thinking / transformation just the flavour of the month?
“Graphic design will save the world right after rock and roll does.” – David Carson
“The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with. The new becomes threatening, the old reassuring.” – Paul Rand
“Procrastination gives you time to consider divergent ideas, to think in nonlinear ways, to make unexpected leaps.” – Adam Grant