I realized as a designer how much we privilege the visual over everything else.
To find out where to start, find out where you need to end.
I had to figure out where to start and to that, I had to go back to the end.
I've come to appreciate the cracks and what they represent.
My lemon has always been verbal communication, so my way to sweeten that lemon has been through my art.
If you dare to jump into the spotlight, you have to be ready to dance.
To me, bravery is really just about that first step.
We have jobs that stretch to our spirit—and often directly express it.
Laura Brunow Miner
Sometimes we put too much focus and too much value on the financial reasons we work and not enough on the psychological and emotional reasons we work.
What I learned is that I don't have to know all the answers and if I don't, I don't have to pretend that I do.
Nothing in this world has ever been created without some aspect of bravery.
When you're a craftsmen, mistakes are a part of the creative process.
Part of making is a 70% failure rate.
If you make your drama around your preconceived ideas, then you are creating the barrier.
They said, 'Why is this beautiful woman on the cover of Time magazine?' and then they saw her nose.
Once you get to know someone, we all have darkness and we all have light.
It's the unknown that you fear.
I can't just speak about bravery, I have to speak about fear.
We're all swimming in the same tepid bowl of warm soup.
'It should've been done' doesn't mean that it has been done.
When people speak about web today, we speak about designing experiences.
No one can find other people hidden away in a dark room. You do have to go out there and tell your own story to make these sort of connections.
Find the others. This is the secret.
Trust your instincts. Do the unexpected. Find the others.