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Empathy reloaded: Interaction Designer Antonio Garcia at 45th CreativeMornings in Chicago

Empathy reloaded: Interaction Designer Antonio Garcia at 45th CreativeMornings in Chicago

“He issued the tall order: ‘Be excellent to each other.’” Read more.

Boldly weathering storms: 8th Cusp Conference, 2015

Boldly weathering storms: 8th Cusp Conference, 2015

“A long-term challenge: ‘Embrace the storms.’” Read more.

You See a Pothole, He Sees Potential: Mosaic Artist Jim Bachor at 44th CreativeMornings in Chicago

You See a Pothole, He Sees Potential: Mosaic Artist Jim Bachor at 44th CreativeMornings in Chicago

“Claiming his beloved city’s eyesores and turning them into playful visions of flowers, popsicles and ice cream.” Read more.

Baking collaboration: Sandra and Mathieu Holl at the 43rd gathering of CreativeMornings in Chicago

Baking collaboration: Sandra and Mathieu Holl at the 43rd gathering of CreativeMornings in Chicago

“Collaboration is a stimulant that converts dreams into practice.” Read more.

Roaming Perfectionism: Designer and Nomad Kevin Lynch at 42nd CreativeMornings in Chicago

Roaming Perfectionism: Designer and Nomad Kevin Lynch at 42nd CreativeMornings in Chicago

“‘Perfectionism’ poses a duality. It appears and sounds like both a perk and a pathological condition.” Read more.

Poetic Movement in a Robotic World: Ian Schneller at 41st CreativeMornings in Chicago

Poetic Movement in a Robotic World: Ian Schneller at 41st CreativeMornings in Chicago

“Robotics is manifestation of data versus interpretation of data.” Read more.

Fashion Designer Maria Pinto at 37th CreativeMornings in Chicago

Fashion Designer Maria Pinto at 37th CreativeMornings in Chicago

“If you don’t like what you do, then no one else will do.” Read more.

Audience Takes the Stage at 36th CreativeMornings in Chicago

Audience Takes the Stage at 36th CreativeMornings in Chicago

“To end a year of gatherings, the Chicago chapter of CreativeMornings invited audience members to take the December 2014 stage and share their wisdom.” Read more.

Humanitarian Rap Artist Jessica Disu at 35th CreativeMornings in Chicago

Humanitarian Rap Artist Jessica Disu at 35th CreativeMornings in Chicago

“My purpose is to lift up the voices of young people.” Read more.

The Starter League’s Neal Sales-Griffin at 34th CreativeMornings, Chicago

The Starter League’s Neal Sales-Griffin at 34th CreativeMornings, Chicago

“My happiness is not derived from money. It’s from helping people.” Read more.

The Hike Conference for new designers

The Hike Conference for new designers

“Distinguished members of the design community spoke to the new generation of creators.” Read more.

Cusp Conference 2014: Turbulence tamed

Cusp Conference 2014: Turbulence tamed

“Turn turbulence into triumph.” Read more.

Anna Rascouët-Paz: Curiosity at 5th CreativeMornings in San Francisco

Anna Rascouët-Paz: Curiosity at 5th CreativeMornings in San Francisco

“If intelligence is the ability to connect the dots, the first step is to gather them. That's what curiosity is about.” Read more.

A Journal of Life: Erin Huizenga at 33rd CreativeMornings in Chicago

A Journal of Life: Erin Huizenga at 33rd CreativeMornings in Chicago

“To fail forward: To pursue what I believe in…” Read more.

Tactile Craft of Ches Perry at 32nd CreativeMornings in Chicago

Tactile Craft of Ches Perry at 32nd CreativeMornings in Chicago

“Ches is a traditional sign painter. The results are characters of letters, letters with character.” Read more.

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