So far in my little series on Thinking on Paper I have discussed sketchbooks, plotting your thoughts from the general to the specific, and Idea Generations. Today's topic will be how thinking of paper can be used to make you creative, even if you never thought you were creative before. In other words, we will look at how you can use Morph Charts and other tricks to come up with ideas - and some of them are bound to be good ;).
Part I: Imagination and CreativityThis might be purely semantic to a lot of you, but let's get the definitions I will be using straight. To me, imagination and creativity are two very separate things. Creativity is the
So it’s been almost a year since my last entry! And you know what, ever since I did that one I’ve had this idea that I should make bi-weekly journals, but I just never got around to do it. So now I’m committing to it, beginning this sunday I will begin writing entries related to design and art. I might not be the best and brightest there is, but what I can share I'd love to share!
I don’t know exactly what I’m going to cover yet, I have a multitude of subjects to pick from, ranging from drawing specific advice to general thoughts about motivation and productivity. I think I might even throw in a few book re