Posts Tagged ‘crowdspring’

Font Conference

Angeline | August 5th, 2008

Since Ross’ “The Design Process” video link was so popular with all you Creatives, here is a video named “Font Conference” in a similar vein. What if fonts were like the United Nations, and Times New Roman was head of the Font Conference, moderating such heated topics such as whether or not Zapf Dingbats should […]

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Fear of Failure

Ross | August 4th, 2008

“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new” – Albert Einsten People fear many things – death, heights, insects, rejection, criticism, etc. The fear of failure is perhaps one of the greatest (and most dangerous) fears. For many people, it is much easier to not take risks because risk often translates […]

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Taking Ideas to the Next Level

Angeline | July 29th, 2008

There are ideas, and then there are HUGE ideas. Virgin founder Richard Branson is no stranger to big ideas. Anyone who can develop a brand and turn it into a record company, chain of Megastores, mobile phone provider, hotel, and airline deserves serious applause. Yesterday, Branson outdid himself with the launch of WhiteKnightTwo, a carrier […]

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DIY fun through the centuries….

Mike | July 28th, 2008

User innovation is a hot topic online and we pay close attention to it. We have always thought that the cS model was an incarnation of this type of open innovation and are proud to number ourselves among the open-source, mashup, DIY, and UGC crowds. People innovate. We can’t help ourselves – it is in […]

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The Design Process

Ross | July 24th, 2008

Many people would agree that the idea/concept is the most important part of the design process. After all, the final product is only as good as the original idea. And it’s important not to confuse originality and creativity. There are very few completely original ideas. Most creative ideas involve combining previously existing concepts in a […]

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Your Biggest Fans

Angeline | July 23rd, 2008

Today, we are very excited to announce a collaboration with heavy metal gods Judas Priest for creating their official online tour poster. They are a band that’s been around since the 1970′s and have sold over 35 million records worldwide. There’s a lot to be said about Judas Priest’s longevity in an industry where so […]

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Forget Rock Star and Ninja – How About Warewolf?

Ross | July 23rd, 2008

The labels “rock star” and “ninja” are overused in software development.  After all, even the late Chris Farley was a ninja but he couldn’t even spell CSS. I’m suggesting a new label: warewolf. Hear me out. At the start of a complicated project, a developer usually starts out clean shaven and proper. Here is Chad, […]

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