The Auteur Theory of Design — dConstruct Audio Archive

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  1. Unraveling the Mysteries of Inspiration | Veerle Pieters | New Adventures In Web Design conference | Nottingham | 20th January 2011

    Trying to define or explain inspiration is really difficult. Inspiration is an essential phase in our design process as it is where the creation is ignited. How can inspiration be triggered? Are there ways to find out how inspiration works? How can we break a creativity block? There might not be black and white answers to these questions, but by sharing some analyses with practical examples we might find inspiration easier.

    —Huffduffed by tkadlec

  2. 024: My Podcasting Process From A to Z | The Podcast Dude

    024: My Podcasting Process From A to Z | Fiery inspiration on creativity and business every single day.

    http://seanwes.com/podcastdude/024-my-podcasting-process-from-a-to-z/

    —Huffduffed by scumbly

  3. How Creativity Works

    Boosting creativity is not a magical process, says journalist Jonah Lehrer. In his newest book, "Imagine: How Creativity Works," Lehrer explores different thought processes that anyone can use to foster creativity. He also debunks the myth that creativity is a gift possessed only by the few.

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    Tagged with creativity

    —Huffduffed by sebastienmarion

  4. BizCraft Episode 18: nGen Works process & client nightmare stories | Unmatched Style

    Our mission is to provide inspiration, motivation and insight into how you design the web. BizCraft Episode 18: nGen Works process & client nightmare stories

    http://unmatchedstyle.com/podcast/bizcraft-episode-18.php?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    —Huffduffed by iChris

  5. Clare Rowland - Psychology of Creativity

    A lot of hot air and expensive business consultancy time is sold in pursuit of facilitating creativity but the creative process is still thought of as a mysterious black box, often the preserve of certain people and not others. But what’s the actual science behind it? Are some of us more creative than others, and if so, why? What can all of us do to help ourselves have more and better ideas? This talk offers a brief introduction to the psychology of creativity.

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    Tagged with creativity

    —Huffduffed by jasonmesut

  6. The Psychology of Creativity — Claire Rowland (Fjord London)

    A lot of hot air and expensive business consultancy time is sold in pursuit of facilitating creativity but the creative process is still thought of as a mysterious black box, often the preserve of certain people and not others. But what’s the actual science behind it? Are some of us more creative than others, and if so, why? What can all of us do to help ourselves have more and better ideas? This talk offers a brief introduction to the psychology of creativity.

    —Huffduffed by PeteWilliams

  7. Creativity, Inc [part 2 of 2] — Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration by Amy Wallace and Edwin Catmull — PIXAR BOOK

    Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration is a 2014 book, written by Amy Wallace and Pixar’s Edwin Catmull, about managing creativity. [part 2 of 2]

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    Tagged with audiobook

    —Huffduffed by jeradsloan

  8. Creativity, Inc [part 1 of 2] — Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration by Amy Wallace and Edwin Catmull — PIXAR BOOK

    Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration is a 2014 book, written by Amy Wallace and Pixar’s Edwin Catmull, about managing creativity. [part 1 of 2]

    download

    Tagged with audiobook

    —Huffduffed by jeradsloan

  9. Creative Living with Jamie: Hiro Boga

    Creative Living Coach Jamie Ridler talks about how to shine, especially if you’re an introvert, and then chats with writer and intuitive healer Hiro Boga about cultivating presence and creative flow.

    http://jamieridlerstudios.ca/creative-living-with-jamie-hiro-boga

    —Huffduffed by acdolph

  10. Jad Abumrad: Embrace the “Gut Churn” of the Creative Process

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    What’s gut churn? At the 99U Conference, Radiolab creator and host Jad Abumrad describes it as the radical uncertainty that’s a core part of any creative process that really pushes the envelope. You’re entering unknown territory, and working without a map.

    Using examples from Radiolab’s own evolution, Jad shares the benefits of negative feedback and how we can look out for "pointing arrows" that can help guide our work (even when it hurts).

    Watch more videos here: http://www.99u.com/videos

    0:40 - How did Radio lab happen? 2:04 - Gut Churn and creativity 3:00 - "Someday, someone was gonna ask us what our long term plan was." 4:12 - Surviving creativity "At the beginning it always felt like life or death" 5:00 - How crummy it can feel to make something new 5:55 - Being in a blind panic 20 minutes before a Radiolab episode 6:35 - The idea that your creation can be anything can be hard to grasp 7:55 - "It was like we were lost and an arrow appeared" 11:01 - Change can’t be planned. Only recognized after the fact HEADLINE? 11:25 - The creative process at RadioLab (complete with PostIt Notes) 11:43 - No Plexi-glass. No distance between you, your audience, and your creation. 13:03 - Creativity is an inductive process. But know who to listen to. 13:57 - A sampling of negat…

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    —Huffduffed by dst