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Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways (Stanford d.school Library)

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A vibrant illustrated resource of captivating and practical ways to help you bring creative approaches to any challenge you face, from Stanford University's world-renowned d.school. 'CREATIVE ACTS FOR CURIOUS PEOPLE' contains more than 80 assignments hand-picked from the d.school's history by executive director Sarah Stein Rosenberg form some of the world's most inventive a A vibrant illustrated resource of captivating and practical ways to help you bring creative approaches to any challenge you face, from Stanford University's world-renowned d.school. 'CREATIVE ACTS FOR CURIOUS PEOPLE' contains more than 80 assignments hand-picked from the d.school's history by executive director Sarah Stein Rosenberg form some of the world's most inventive and unconventional minds, including d.school and IDEO founder David Kelley, 'Readymade' magazine founder Grace Hawthorne, innovative choreographer Aleta Hayes, Google chief innovation evangelist Frederik Pferdt, and more.


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A vibrant illustrated resource of captivating and practical ways to help you bring creative approaches to any challenge you face, from Stanford University's world-renowned d.school. 'CREATIVE ACTS FOR CURIOUS PEOPLE' contains more than 80 assignments hand-picked from the d.school's history by executive director Sarah Stein Rosenberg form some of the world's most inventive a A vibrant illustrated resource of captivating and practical ways to help you bring creative approaches to any challenge you face, from Stanford University's world-renowned d.school. 'CREATIVE ACTS FOR CURIOUS PEOPLE' contains more than 80 assignments hand-picked from the d.school's history by executive director Sarah Stein Rosenberg form some of the world's most inventive and unconventional minds, including d.school and IDEO founder David Kelley, 'Readymade' magazine founder Grace Hawthorne, innovative choreographer Aleta Hayes, Google chief innovation evangelist Frederik Pferdt, and more.

53 review for Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways (Stanford d.school Library)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mloessiiee

    Tjokvol slime creatieve oefeningen! Heel chill! En najaa dit boek heb je natuurlijk nooit echt uit :).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Richfield Branch

    There are exercises in here to start you on or release your creative block. Such include: See Things in a New Way, Make Sense of Your Insights, Build Something, Tell a Compelling Story, Slow Down and Focus, Work Toward Equity and Peer Into the Future- to name but a few exercise chapters.

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    Sascha Funk

    Awesome book. Very engaging, motivational, great cases, and lovely illustrations.

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