Last Updated on 14 November 2019
I hope your week is off to a great start. I thought you might like to read two recent interviews featuring Idea Sandbox and our approach to creativity and problem solving. They were conducted just a few weeks ago. I hope you’ll be able to take a few tips from these articles to put them to use yourself.
The first was hosted by Kira Campo from The Creative Practice. Her calling is to help activate creating thinking skills in others.
Kira hosts a series where she highlights some of the ways creative practice can impact professional practices.
Since Idea Sandbox is all about being more creative, this was an easy interview!
Check it out here:
Practice Profile: Paul Williams
Among other things, I share tips on remembering ideas, and how farming methods helped an ad agency fix a problem.
While you’re visiting Creative Practice, poke around and explore Kira’s site. She’s got some great content. Kira’s handle on Twitter is @T_C_P
The second interview was conducted by Emily Wenstrom at Creative Juicer as part of her Creative Careerist series.
Emily explores the creative process in art and career. She interviews successful creatives about what their work looks like, and their own creative process.
Here’s the article:
Creative Careerist: Paul Williams
Among other tips, I shared with Emily the “board of directors” I’ve assembled to help think-up ideas, as well as thoughts on how I get myself unstuck, creatively.
Emily’s site is full of great reads specializing in creativity and writing. Find her on Twitter: @EmilyWenstrom
Big thanks to Kira and Emily for being interested enough in Idea Sandbox to warrant conducting an interview. It is an honor.