1. Patrons of the creative work of a person or company for a specific project or need. 2. A source of funding, feedback, and (often) frustration.
Leave your e-mail inbox behind by moving your communication to collaborative tools and social media.
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By The 99U Team
Everybody says they want more creativity, but do they really? An inherent bias against uncertainty may be at the core of our fear of new ideas.
By David Burkus
<br>"When we think of our work as a gift, it radically changes what we create," says rogue designer James Victore.<br>
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By Chris Guillebeau
Is compassion contagious? We talk to BMD's Sarah Foelske about what it's like to lead as a woman and a designer & why Jay-Z lyrics come in handy sometimes.
By Jenn Tardif
How to craft your customer service process for adoption, engagement, and delight.
By Behance Team