Workshops are a powerful and efficient way to define and align on strategy. And while in-person gatherings have certain upsides, the virtual setting gives you a number of opportunities to design a workshop that is fun, dynamic, and yields results.
Ari Abraham, Tremendousness’ new Lead Strategist, takes over the link roundup this week.
Complexity, focus, burnout, new experiences, Nordic happiness, and more.
Mechanical watch dials are an excellent example of an industry embracing complexity but not making it complicated. The thought that goes into a feature-rich dial is a good representation of how we think about the synthesis and packaging of complex information into digestible, visual nuggets here at Tremendousness.
The typography of pencils, new historical information design books, microcopy, The Linda Lindas, and more.
Our interns gain valuable artistic and collaboration experience by having the chance to put their skills to work on real projects.
Scheduling creativity, how Basecamp imploded, Yahoo as villain, the lost glamour of mid-century print media, and more.
Interactive visualizations, NFTs, time management, better icons, MySpace Tom, and more.
The headline is this: Multitasking is a myth. Actually, “It’s a false hope reaching for an unrealistic goal built on a lie.” …if you want to know how we really feel about it.
Beginner’s mind, Star Wars infographics, universal creative income, feature creep, and more.
Infographics, remote collaboration, dark patterns, Pixar animation, and more.