How to design a library that makes kids want to read | Michael Bierut

So there’s this thing called the law of unintended consequences. I thought it was just like a saying, but it actually exists, I guess. There’s, like, academic papers about it. And I’m a designer. I don’t like unintended consequences. People hire me because they have consequences that they really intend, and what they intend is

Creative Curriculum | Teaching Technology with Paint 3D

Creative Curriculum | Teaching Technology with Paint 3D

Hi, I’m José, Learning Consultant at Microsoft and in this series we’re going to be looking at using 3D in education. 3D content is proven to increase understanding and comprehension of subjects. So I’ve come here to Microsoft’s Paint 3D Studio to discover some of the fun and engaging ways you can introduce easy 3D

Creative Curriculum | Teaching Engineering with Paint 3D

Creative Curriculum | Teaching Engineering with Paint 3D

Hi, I’m José, Learning Consultant at Microsoft and in this series we’re going to be looking at using 3D in education. 3D content is proven to increase understanding and comprehension of subjects. So I’ve come here to Microsoft’s Paint 3D Studio to discover some of the fun and engaging ways you can introduce easy 3D

10 Easy Ways to Boost Creativity & Overcome Artist’s Block! | Sea Lemon

Hello, it’s Jennifer from Sea Lemon in this video I will share with you 10 ways that can help boost your creativity Maybe you’ve hit a creative block, or you have a job that’s creatively demanding Sometimes when we get in sort of a creativ rut we get blinders, or tunnel vision and is just

Net Neutrality – Explained by Common Craft

Net Neutrality – Explained by Common Craft

You’ve probably heard about Net Neutrality. It’s a big political issue with strong opinions. And rightfully so. But before we dive into net neutrality, let’s focus on the idea of neutrality. For example, you could say that a utility that is provided to the public, like electricity, is neutral. It is the same for everyone

Can You Teach Creativity? – Chris Staley, Penn State Laureate 2012-2013

Can You Teach Creativity? – Chris Staley, Penn State Laureate 2012-2013

Today I’d like to talk about the topic, can you teach creativity? And often some people say, “I’m not very creative.” And I actually think, having taught and made art over the years, that you can teach creativity. And I think one of the biggest inhibitors to creativity is actually fear or having too much

Where Are the Creative Jobs?

Where Are the Creative Jobs?

We all want an interesting job by which we mean one that allows for a high degree of creativity There used to be quite a lot of creative jobs around But they’ve been disappearing since at least the middle of the 19th century In that century the English art critic and social reformer John Ruskin

European Paintings: From Leonardo to Rembrandt to Goya | U3Mx on edX | About Video

10 Easy Ways to Boost Creativity & Overcome Artist’s Block! | Sea Lemon

Hello, it’s Jennifer from Sea Lemon in this video I will share with you 10 ways that can help boost your creativity Maybe you’ve hit a creative block, or you have a job that’s creatively demanding Sometimes when we get in sort of a creativ rut we get blinders, or tunnel vision and is just

4-Wheel Balloon Car | Design Squad

4-Wheel Balloon Car | Design Squad

Go, go, go, go, go, yay! I’m Nate from Design Squad and I’m here with: All of us are designing different balloon cars. It’s got a carton for a body, a half a plastic cup, four foam balls for wheels. I think big DVD wheels will roll really easy. Go! NATE: When we release the