The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #162

  1. Creativity: The Strategic Necessity You May Not Have Thought Of | “Any strategy, which purports to improve the bottom line, must include a proactive and intensive approach to bolstering creativity and innovation, along with the cornerstone of all creativity and innovation: unfettered communication between human beings.”
  2. A Light Installation in a Scottish Coastal Town Vividly Shows Future Sea Level Rise | “Lines (57° 59´N, 7° 16´W) is a light installation in Lochmaddy, Scotland that visualizes how much the sea level will rise if our climate keeps changing at its current pace.”
  3. humaaans | “Mix-&-match illustrations of people with a design library.” (thx Drew!)
  4. On Shallow Work | “Busy, unproductive, burned-out. Continuing to surrender one’s mind to the screen seems stupid, even dangerous.”
  5. 7 years ago, Google set out to find what makes the ‘perfect’ team | “…and what they found shocked other researchers.”
  6. FiftyThree, Maker of Popular Paper and Paste Apps, Gets Acquired | “Back in 2012, a Seattle-based startup named FiftyThree launched a drawing app designed exclusively for iPad, with a name that sounded like it was designed specifically for an Apple crowd: Paper. Despite its simplicity and also because of it, Apple crowned it the iPad App of the Year.”
  7. Interactive Typography Cheatsheet | “Click/tap the highlighted sections to learn their names.”
  8. Take That, AP Style! | “Court of Law Rules The Oxford Comma Necessary.”
  9. 30 Legendary Startup Pitch Decks And What You Can Learn From Them | “Hopefully these decks will help you understand what is persuasive enough to get into a VC’s head and get them to invest. We’ll also touch upon the best takeaways from each deck so you’ll get an idea of what to include in your startup pitch decks.”
  10. The Modern Trap of Turning Hobbies Into Hustles | “We live in the era of the hustle. Of following our dreams until the end, and then pushing ourselves more. And every time we feel beholden to capitalize on the rare places where our skills and our joy intersect, we underline the idea that financial gain is the ultimate pursuit. If we’re good at it, we should sell it. If we’re good at it and we love it, we should definitely sell it.”

Image: typography cheatsheet, via link #7.