The lost work of a pioneering animator, focus and boredom, AI in spreadsheets, and more.
Bill Keaggy [he/him]
Today, let’s learn about curiosity, cave painting, AI and illustration, specialists vs generalists vs hybrids, and more.
We’re back it. This week let’s dive into flow, nature, storytelling, music, attention, and Paul Rand.
So you have a plan for your big organizational transformation, but do you have the story? You’d better. Visual storytelling and interactive experiences are powerful tools for effective and impactful organizational transformation and change.
Engage your audience by using the power of storytelling to effectively communicate data-intensive presentations.
The blog took the summer off but we’re back with good reads on curiosity, creativity, downtime, thinking & fatigue, and a perspective on the never-ending pursuit of growth.
“The only variable that can explain the high rate of mass shootings in America is its astronomical number of guns.”
We have always worked virtually. We traveled when needed, and still can, but the last two years helped a lot of people get on board with remote work. Despite the modern miracle of being able to collaborate across continents, these virtual meetings and brainstorming sessions can start to feel the same.
This week we look at the intersection of architecture and graphic design, corporate folklorists, famous logos done in medieval art stye, artist statements, and more.
This week we take a look at password security, how confusion can sometimes bring clarity, how our brain’s read, Nintendo infographics, and more.
There’s a design that’s been making the blog rounds the last couple weeks. It’s actually nearly 20 years old but is more relevant than ever.
This week’s links include an explanation of the metaverse, the painted trucks of Pakistan, the look of American homes from 1940–1980, remote work, and more.