Category Archives: creative toolbox

CREATIVE TOOLBOX 05

If you work with something that you can’t yet describe because you don’t know what it is or you make something out of nothing then you have probably dealt with a blank page/screen/recorder/space staring at you while hearing the clock tick. Working with the unknown is a double-edge knife. On one hand, it’s very fun […]

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CREATIVE TOOLBOX 04

Sometimes (more often than I would like to admit) I wish I had a bigger budget to work on this blog. I would love to pay photographers or illustrators that I admire to do work for this blog. This advice really comes at a good time for me. This week, I’ve been learning about how […]

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CREATIVE TOOLBOX 03

When I was little, I had this binder where I kept all of the magazine cutouts of things that I liked. It was either cool type, great styling, fashion or travel photography. Now, in the 21st Century, we have been gifted Pinterest, but before I used scissors, tape and a lot of laminated pages. Only […]

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CREATIVE TOOLBOX 02

There is a rumor out in the non-creative world that failure is bad. If we fail, fortune cookies tell us to “Get up! Learn from your mistakes, and never do them again!” Maybe in a world of predictable, measurable and defined outcomes, this message rings true.   But what if we live in a world […]

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ADVICE FOR CREATIVES

Lately, more than being creative, I’ve been reading about how to be a creative. It’s not enough to add a colorful palette to your project, or simply make something ‘cute.’ Good design is not necessarily pleasant to look at, it’s captivating. But is that all there is to design? Making something look good? I disagree. So […]

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