Creating a sense of "us" with your coworkers can go a long way.
By The 99U Team
Burdening yourself with trying to "change the world" can cause paralysis and disappointment. There's a better way.
One of the most underrated parts of the creative process is remaining vulnerable says New York Times bestselling author Brenè Brown in this moving 99U talk.
"We are disabled not by our bodies, but by the world around us. Disability is nothing more than a brand."
Contextualize, iterate, and understand the difference between “good laughs” and “bad laughs”.
Overnight success is rare, and often comes at the expense of valuable learnings.
A framework to navigate the unknowns in a creative career, without losing confidence in your ideas.
“Products can be powerful enough for professionals, but accessible to everyone."
If Google Image search is your sole barometer, “design thinking uses just one tool: 3M Post-Its."
Avoiding friction means removing “opportunities for serendipity, confrontation, and personal growth."
A detailed look at the birth and life of a creative organization, and the messy realities of the coveted “exit”.
A case for allowing your work to provoke, titillate, and show respect for your audience.
How creatives can not just survive, but thrive amid disruption.
“When you need to do a thing, everything you do is about the thing you're not doing."
Mindfulness and intention rule when it comes to fruitful creative collaborations.