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Chicago CreativeMornings #14 with Nick Campbell on Seeking and Seizing Happiness

Chicago CreativeMornings #14 with Nick Campbell on Seeking and Seizing Happiness

“Everything benefits by doing what makes you happy…” Read more.

Chicago CreativeMornings #13 with Scott Reinhard on Good Graphic Design

Chicago CreativeMornings #13 with Scott Reinhard on Good Graphic Design

“Design is really about learning the content you’re working with…” Read more.

Chicago CreativeMornings #7: Knoed Creative, married and fearless

Chicago CreativeMornings #7: Knoed Creative, married and fearless

“We have a few clients, and that’s on on purpose…” Read more.

Chicago CreativeMornings #6 with Scott Thomas who seeks simple solutions to complex problems

Chicago CreativeMornings #6 with Scott Thomas who seeks simple solutions to complex problems

“When you do something really large, take time to come to terms with it…” Read more.

Sketching is Believing: Whitespace’s Debut

Sketching is Believing: Whitespace’s Debut

“No doubt: sketching is critical to making something…” Read more.

Marketing Strategist Seijen Takamura’s Take on PSFK Conference 2010

Marketing Strategist Seijen Takamura’s Take on PSFK Conference 2010

“…not only to be patient, but also to be open-minded…” Read more.

Tether Responsibly: An Ongoing Observation about “Being Digital”

Tether Responsibly: An Ongoing Observation about “Being Digital”

“Designer Adam Kallish discussed ‘technology trends and how design can be at the table to shape the development of user interaction models’…” Read more.

“Hypercriticism” about My Design Lecture

“Hypercriticism” about My Design Lecture

“I was naturally disappointed with the unfavorable response, but something funny happened—I was elated with the criticism…” Read more.

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