Posts Tagged ‘creativity’

Fresh from the SPRING: smarikaahuja

Audree | September 15th, 2016

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this presentation project. Let us start the slow clap for smarikaahuja. Check out more great work on smarikaahuja’s profile page. Nicely done, smarikaahuja, nicely done!

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The Creativity Conundrum: An Ugly Mix of Endorphins and Self-Sabotage

Lauren Nelson | September 6th, 2016

Whether you’re a graphic designer, marketing executive, or entrepreneur trying to launch the next big thing, we all have something in common: we’re creative souls. That creativity may not always manifest in the same way, but without an active imagination, none of us would ever achieve anything worth anything. Though science certainly plays a role […]

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Rise of the Creative Robots? Not So Fast

Lauren Nelson | September 1st, 2016 mach3-1

The idea that one day everyone’s jobs would be taken over machines is nothing new. In some ways, it’s already happened. The industrial revolution displaced any number of jobs by automatic a great deal of blue collar labor. As scientific development has expanded, though, what was once a rough economic transition for labor markets has been […]

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Struggling to Generate Good Content? Go Full On Club Kid

Lauren Nelson | August 23rd, 2016 party-monster-was-the-film-that-changed-my-understanding-of-elitism-body-image-1421770914

Ah, college. Those were the days, weren’t they? Our first real taste of freedom. New friends. New Experiences. More down time than we could appreciate in the moment. And oh, the parties. The glorious, glorious parties. I’m not talking about the keggers at the local frat house or the regularly scheduled Friday night beer pong. […]

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Wind Up Your Productivity and Creativity by Winding Down

Lauren Nelson | August 19th, 2016 clear-your-mind

In today’s world, a huge premium is put on staying busy. How many hours are you working? How much are you getting done during those hours? What are you doing that’s productive when you’re not working?     These questions aren’t necessarily bad. You want to make sure you’re making progress towards goals. But that […]

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