1. Crafting a physical location that encourages you to perform at your best. 2. The organization of tools and reference items for optimal use and minimal clutter.
Brainstorming shouldn't stop when the new ideas rain down. To truly make ideas happen, we have to articulate an idea execution plan and then ask hard questions.
By Scott Belsky
Do you backup your creative work in a haphazard manner? Crossing your fingers and hoping for the best? It's time to get smart about data redundancy, or pay the price.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
Need some gift ideas for your favorite productivity-obsessed creative? Look no further than 99U holiday gift guide: 20 covetable items for streamlining your life.
By Brittany Ancell
"Alone time" unlocks our creativity. Five simple steps for carving out the headspace to focus and do your best work.
By Leo Babauta
Apartment Therapy founder Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan clues us into how to use a good attitude and discerning eye to achieve happy homes and workspaces.
By Sarah Rapp
The sugar obsession is obvious. Here, painter Will Cotton talks about the other vice that makes his candy-coated canvases come to life: discipline.
By Ariston Anderson
Is there a method to this madness? Joseph O. Holmes explores the creative psyche through a series of striking photographs of warts-and-all workspaces.
By Behance Team
Cultivating a great creative culture can be tricky. David Skokna of HUGE talks about building an A-Team & fostering collaboration.
In this new feature, we take a look at the ultimate in minimalism: a clear desk. Does a lack of clutter dramatically effect productivity?