1. The process of choosing between multiple courses of action. 2. A necessary skill for moving projects forward.
We catch up with Aerosyn-Lex to discuss his sources of inspiration, why to-do lists are not helpful, and when to call a project finished.
By Lee Pinkas
Designer Piet Houtenbos shares anecdotes and insights from the development of his Grenade Oil Lamp, and its explosion onto the design scene.
By Daniel Edward Rosen
Most ideas are like bad relationships: you know you have to move on but the idea of letting go seems too unbearable to handle.
By Behance Team
We talk with marketing phenom Noah Brier about DIY web development and the importance of simple explanations.
Polymath creative and sometime career coach Chad Rea counsels, "Don't put all your happiness in one basket."
By Michael Karnjanaprakorn
We talk to Ben Kaufman of Kluster, a newly launched decision-making platform, about radical concepts, morphing plans, and the power of collaboration.
By Heather Ann Snodgrass
Versatile designer Sergio M. de la Varga, aka Mr. Oso, talks about loving what he does and living in the moment.
How do we move forward in the short-term while still honoring long-term vision? Learning to be mindful of urgent vs important items is the first step.
A few questions to help you consider whether you're moving forward... or not.
By Behance Research