1. The collection of knowledge from an expert in a field through a strategic series of questions. 2. A look into the lives and minds of those we admire.
Our Q and A with Christopher Simmons, director of MINE, where we discuss how designers can go deeper than the creative brief.
By Dave Benton
The man responsible for Adventure Time, Powerpuff Girls, and the MTV logo on the benefit of making lots of little bets and why you should go haywire every now and then.
By Sean Blanda
The former PR worker on her path to becoming one of the most in-demand editorial and advertising illustrators and why she chases respect and flexibility over money.
The founder of "Brain Pickings" discusses the tug of war between ambition and mental clarity.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
Nancy Duarte on how she went from a college dropout to heading up her own communication firm.
By Jake Cook
Kleon, author Newspaper Blackout, Steal Like an Artist, and Show Your Work! on self-promotion in the age of the internet.
The founder of StumbleUpon, Uber, and Expa on the importance of balancing creativity and rationality when building successful companies.
The founding of Twitter was fraught with innovation, entrepreneurship, and a fair share of drama. "New York Times" columnist Nick Bilton on what we can learn from Twitter's success.
How a teacher in The Bronx bootstrapped a crowdfunding platform that resulted in $50 million donated to teachers across America.