1. The creation of new and better products, processes and ideas. 2. The result of working against the grain.
Insights from Beats by Dre designer Robert Brunner, venture capitalist John Maeda, and Tattly's Tina Roth Eisenberg.
By Sasha VanHoven
"If you're doing stuff thats interesting that also has the customer in mind," says Blumenthal, "positive unintended consequences occur."
By The 99U Team
The entrepreneurs and creatives who make a lasting impact often aren’t the most talented, they are the most empathetic.
By Jake Cook
It's popular practice to emulate Apple, but what the world really needs is more authenticity.
No matter the industry, the best and most innovative companies adopt a digital mindset and have an air-tight purpose.
How Back to the Roots used ugly mushrooms and a little honesty to propel its business and make the world a better place.
Simple co-founder and CEO Josh Reich shows us how his team wrangles with banking bureaucracy to create a product people love.
From "Iron Man" to "Citizen Kane" great creatives understand that relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability, and observability are what get work noticed.
By David Burkus
How do you get from "what if?" to "eureka"? Sugru creator Jane ni Dhulchaointigh describes her six-year journey from design student to inventor.