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Explore the planets in the creativity galaxy
We found out that, when brainstorming and doing creative sessions, having someone that looks out for the direction, agenda, methods and goals can be key. This person doesn't have to necessarily influence in the ideas, but on the process.
Let’s grab a highlighter and circle the word “stop”.
A happy creative is a productive creative
If you know what you have to do, you know how to decide.
The Achilles’ heel of the creative world is thinking that there is no point in creativity whatsoever.
We talked to Paloma, researcher at Sound Diplomacy, about music, creativity and how they use Triggers to design their strategies.
Dealing with egos to stop thinking about individuals and work as a team is the key in this creative processes to get to the final destination, alas, the perfect creative result. Here’s some tips to learn how to build on each other ideas as a group:
The environment counts when coming to use your brain and be enlightened by the creativity gods (I would like to have a chat with them if you ever meet them). Here you are some tips to help you out constructing the best nest for magnificent ideas.
Actual, good, valid reasons to get that extra help that will make your creative life 10 times easier
How to wake up the muses and make them serve to your needs
The more we dig into new ways of working, the more we discover methods and tools that promise to turn our teams in super efficient thinking machines. The question is, should we use methods all the time in every single project? Here are some tips to help you decide when you need to use one of these tools.
The Pop Up Agency started as crazy experiment six Hyper Island students decided to take. Four years later, now ran by Abraham and Maksimilian, the agency dedicates all its energy to spreading a simple but polemic message: Everyone is creative.
Let’s face it though, sometimes you just didn’t rest enough because you binge-watched an entire season of Modern Family last night or drank the whole wine production of a small country or both or just LOOK AT THAT BLUE CAR. Here are some tips to focus during creative sessions and let those terrific ideas flow.
Lucy and Andrés are the founders of IAM, a platform that explores the possible futures of some of our favourite topics, including media, arts, education ant the internet.
Do you know those meetings that end up in someone taking things a teeny bit too personally followed by doors slamming and toilet-crying? Let’s just all do our best to forget them.
Yes, we've already had enough of articles talking about Trump and his way of doing things. But hang on a minute: have we already discussed what does Trump mean to creativity?
Triggers cards are a flexible, creative tool you can use alone or combined with other innovative methods. In this piece, we'll show you how to use it with Google Design Sprint.
Kate’s experience; using Triggers cards in graphic design
The story of Triggers cards: the brainstorming tool for smart creatives