I have, of course, made many, many more than eight mistakes since I started my career some 15-odd years ago. But in keeping with this week’s 8-themed blogs as Createful celebrates its 8th birthday, I’ve managed to keep the number down.
What if you had a way of knowing that your very next decision will make your life, or someone else’s, at least 1% better? Would it change what you decide to do? Read more
For those of us in the knowledge profession, who, to oversimplify, are paid to produce or analyse ideas and information, a critical success factor is our ability to apply our brain’s maximum potential. Yet, in the bustling modern work environment a dangerous predator lurks: distraction.
I have a baby son called Felix. He’s small, and cute. I’m aware of the subjectivity of the latter part of that statement, but it’s not up for debate. When you have a kid, you’ll understand. If Felix looked like Hoggle from the movie Labyrinth, I’d still say he’s cute. That’s just how it is. So let’s move on.
The world of web design, like fashion, tends to be characterised by identifiable trends. Some come and go, and some are longer-lasting. Someone does something cool, that something wins an award, gets lots of publicity, and becomes a source of excitement and inspiration to the design community. And so a trend is born. This process is inevitable, recurrent, and, in my opinion, potentially harmful.