People who love making things:
“We’ve all gotten better at following our instincts.” Read more.
“The stage is the vessel through which I get to bring stories to life and offer them to a group of people in that single moment.” Read more.
“Digging into influences really brought me back to the excitement of learning, and reminded me why I love design.” Read more.
“Be open to constructive feedback and ‘feedforward’.” Read more.
“So many qualities required for success in technology careers are closely related to those associated with community leadership.” Read more.
“Doing the work is 99% of the challenge in building a great brand.” Read more.
“We were obsessed with our bags’ failures and already had our mission in mind.” Read more.
“Been a part of fashion and design every chance I’ve had in life…” Read more.
“Coworking is really about taking charge of your own career, learning and growing and becoming ‘better’.” Read more.
“There was this recognition of the history, craftsmanship and meaning of objects from the very beginning.” Read more.
“Strategy is about making decisions on how to achieve a desired future state, both for what to do and what not to do.” Read more.
“I love getting to send packages off across the world, and I love hearing how people are using what I make …” Read more.
“Part of being a UX designer is being a really good listener. hen there are disagreements, I listen carefully …” Read more.
“Service design is exploring the interconnectedness of people, workflows, tools, and products …” Read more.
“I think it’s something that can’t be forced. It has to be wanted. A Student wants to learn, and the Mentor wants to share.” Read more.
“Stories are very inspiring to me. Words just have so much power to conjure different worlds and invoke mental imagery.” Read more.
“Especially when it comes to the analytical side of design… A lot of employers actually liked that my background wasn’t completely ‘artsy.’” Read more.
“I do not narrow my creativity to ‘work’ or ‘play,’ but rather identify in all areas of my life as a creative person.” Read more.
“Seeing new places and new people is simply inspiring to me. It fuels creativity in my photography and thinking.” Read more.
“I’m seeing parallels between my work and playing bass. I’m breaking things down to their elements …” Read more.
“In order for everyone to do their best work, they need to feel like they’re on the same page.”
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