Design has earned the attention of businesses everywhere. The demand for breakthrough ideas couldn’t be stronger. It’s time for smart “idea” people to take center stage. And yet… When given the space to be creative—whether it’s a user interface, data visualization, or new product idea—we often fall back on safe, familiar patterns.
How do we break out of these safe practices? And how do we arrive at creative ideas that solve actual user problems?
What separates the celebrated “creative” person from others is a set of habits, routinely practiced. The ability to reframe problems, link unrelated concepts, place insights ahead of ideas— habits such as these are common to innovators everywhere. In this workshop, speaker Stephen P. Anderson will share the 10 habits of highly innovative people, with a focus on how we, as designers and product teams, can apply these habits in our day-to-day work.
What you'll learn
- Dozens of practical tips and exercises to help you produce more original design ideas
- How to look at nearly any problem from multiple perspectives
- How to reframe problems that are handed to you
- Ways to blend seemingly unrelated ideas to produce something new
- The creative thought process used by Stephen in his day-to-day design and product strategy work. Basically, you’ll learn how to get from “This needs some fresh ideas” to “I don’t know how you do it!”
Who this workshop is for
Designers, UX practitioners, and product people of any level looking for ways to arrive at more innovative ideas.
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