Archive for March, 2013

What Are You Doing “On the Side?”


Image of furniture designed by Tim Delger, Art Director/Furniture Designer. Source: fastcompany.com.
March 29th, 2013 | by admin | published in Creative Space, Features

    What’s your side project? Are you painting rocks to look like fruit? Creating picture books? Designing furniture? If not, then maybe you should be. In Time To Get Something On The Side: 30 Inspiring Passion Projects and Why You Should Have One, Co.Create contributor Rae Ann Fera writes about the importance of creative […]

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Feeling Indecisive? Take This Advice: Have No Regrets


Source: Linkedin.com
March 22nd, 2013 | by admin | published in Features

  From: http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130226113150-204068115-best-advice-no-regrets-and-practicing-what-you-preach?trk=eml-mktg-advice-a1-0227-p2  Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group has built businesses for his entire life. Over the years, he has developed Virgin Group into a brand that includes Virgin Records (now Virgin Megastores), Virgin Airways, Virgin Mobile, and more. It’s no surprise that the man who has mastered a variety of industries (how many […]

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Keeping the Smartphone out of SXSW


Keeping the Smartphone out of SXSW
March 15th, 2013 | by admin | published in Creative Space, Features

    *Source: Adage.com Over the past decade, the smartphone has become a staple at major entertainment and music events. Want to tag yourself on Facebook? Pull out your smartphone. Want to take a picture? Pull out your smartphone. Want to hold a “lighter” in the air? Pull out your smartphone. The modern smartphone user utilizes […]

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Building Something New? Put People First


Building Something New? Put People First
March 8th, 2013 | by admin | published in Creative Space

* Source: fastcodesign.com   Ziba, an interactive design firm based in Portland, brought together a cross-functional team of designers, researchers and creative directors to discuss how patterns in consumer engagement are affecting 2013’s new products.   What did they decide?   This in-depth look on Co.Design explains how the fundamentals we’ve all known for years […]

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Sometimes, It’s OK to Play with Your Food


Sometimes, It’s OK to Play with Your Food
March 1st, 2013 | by admin | published in Creative Space, Features

* Source: designboom.com German Artist Sarah Illenberger  is solving fruit rubix cubes, tying the laces on her bananas, and finding diamond beetroots in the rough. Her art presents a fun, creative look at everyday items, and her Strange Fruits collection offers a playful take on fruits and veggies.   To view her Strange Fruits collection, click […]

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