Grate! Finally some evidence to back up my claim that my musical background has contributed to my ability as a designer today. Courtesy of Ted Ed.
I’m a big fan of both of these Authors. I’ve just started reading Tim’s four hour chef as we speak. There’s some really insightful stuff in this video about workflow, creativity, life style, life choices, routine. I only intended to watch a few minutes but once it got going I couldn’t stop.
I just finished work on this infographic for entropii. It’s fascinating to know how our brains respond when we are listening to stories. The implications are significant when considering product design and user experience.
As a rock climber myself I was particularly inspired by this image. We are all capable of so much yet in general people seem so bent on finding flaws with themselves.
Heroic Hugh Herr enjoys nothing more than scaling a cliff – even though both his legs were amputated after a disastrous climbing expedition when he was a teenager. Photo: Caters News Agency
This looks awesome. Great concept. Engaging, entreating promo videos. Crowd sourcing their startup. Let’s hope it’s a success.
The first time I’ve heard someone put this into words. I’ve long shared this sentiment myself. Thanks Seth!
Stupid and lazy
(Is it that you can’t do it or perhaps you don’t want to do the work?)
When I was in college, I took a ton of advanced math courses, three or four of them, until one day I hit the wall. Too many dimensions, transformations and toroids for me to keep in my head. I was too stupid to do really hard math so I stopped.