No citations or quotations from the conventional imposed here. Just some ordinary lateral passionate curiosity on a journey through introspection, extrospection and fascination My perspective is more visual and emotional than literal. Here, I attempt to use a descriptive harmony of words and pictures to form an explanation and recipe to creativity based on experience….
Like bouncing a ball against a wall, bouncing ideas off each other is a healthy way to develop solutions. The ball may even land out of sight for someone else to pick up later
Evolution of ideas within a supportive team. Unexpected inspiration through collaborative effort.. You set the scene and together with encouragement, vision and passion we paint a picture.
Variations of stimuli maintains interest, tickling neuronal sensitivity and retaining a freshness not unlike a welcomed cool zephyr. Conversely, flooding senses with an intense focus may hinder appreciation. Allow recovery from stimuli overload. “In simple terms variety is the spice of life!”
It’s easy to stray off track on a tangent when excited by solutions to workflows. Looking forward is great but a high aperture may result in irrelevant complicated features.. Always suggest ideas but also listen because this is where we must listen to the brief and hover down to a comfortable reality
Working closely with colleagues has taught me to appreciate the success and failure of ideas. Determining first hand where to make tweaks. The beauty extends when observing processes where transformations could help and being receptive to feedback
Embedding interactive features into our products improves the overall experience! Research show’s that movement & gestures help to reinforce memories. By using sensors we engage with technology on another level to make the experience fun!
See this as a normal and healthy process to re-evaluate, challenge and explore further innovation! “In nature, plants will grow around obstacles or embrace them to gain a footing towards the sun.”
Maintain balance. Unwind by detaching from the doing and simply enjoy being at one..
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