Designer Frank Chimero describes how to have an idea with back-of-the-napkin sketches. “Creative people romanticize mistakes and process. But there is no process if you don’t start. No one crumples a blank sheet of paper.”
yet another lateral thought cheerleader? :)
Frank is fairly awesome :)
The 3 “Ask yourself questions” are, ehm, forcing my brain to realize I’m really supposed to be writing my thesis and am hung up on getting it really going. um … maybe I should take these and um … go back to writing something … anything …
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