My first start-up project crashed spectacularly after making a prototype and trying to sell it for way too much money... I was 20 back then and I made all the possible mistakes you can think of. Since then, however, I learned a great deal about design and the practice of creating businesses.
Now I use that knowledge to help fortune 500 companies to solve the right problems in the right way. My goal is to reach creative solutions by leaving everyone involved satisfied with their role and the results achieved together.
Marco’s CreativeMornings activity
Jon Barnes My source code for serendipity
Lulu Miller Catapulting Chance into your Stupid Head
Ben Chestnut Do What You Love
Lisa Lindström Doberman
Joe Macleod Ends (why bother?)
Stephanie Hickling Beckman Anxiety-Free Exhibitionism
Anxiety and I have what some people might refer to as friends with benefit. There's no love between us, but she still fucks with me sometimes.
Entrepreneurs aren't risk takers. What entrepreneurs are great at is managing uncertainty.
I like to say that I haven't sold my soul, I merely licensed it.
Why is it great to create? Because it's enjoyable. It's fun making stuff—you start with nothing and end up with something else. Being creative opens up new ideas, exercises our brain, and makes us feel good.
Jon Burgerman The Art of Doodling
Josh Clark The Era of the Algorithm