The Casey Neistat Lesson: Don’t Pay That Bike Ticket, Fight It | Living on GOOD

This is a great way to make a point on the absurdity of how we treat bikers. Here in Atlanta, some drivers hate that they have to share the road but also vote against funds to create bike lanes. Regardless, this video is pretty funny.

The Casey Neistat Lesson: Don't Pay That Bike Ticket, Fight It | Living on GOOD.

The Golden Rule of Creativity | Psychology Today

Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Insights & Reflections, Inspiration | No Comments

We all know the golden rule, treat others they way you would like to be treated and it’s variations, give back to others that have given to you. But, perhaps what we don’t know or at least keep in conscious thought is the key to the rule, be the one to make the first move.

How does this apply to creativity? Innovations and break through ideas rarely come from one mind. They are the result of the idea being pushed and pulled, questioned and reframed. It’s the result of good collaboration. And good collaboration won’t come to you if you aren’t taking the responsibility of first offering to others.

The Golden Rule of Creativity | Psychology Today.

New Google Maps Looks Spectacular

Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Design, Inspiration, Technology, Video | No Comments

Yeah, google is pretty much killing it these days. The new google maps looks sweet!

New Google Maps Looks Spectacular.

Incredibly Smart Use of Technology

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Design, Empowerment, Inspiration, Social, Technology | No Comments

From, Only Children Can See the Secret Anti-Abuse Message On This Ad | Health on GOOD

This is an amazing campaign. The outdoor posters carry two messages, one for adults and one for kids. The amazing part of it comes from the kids message being hidden from adults.

It’s a brilliant example of audience/user centered design.

Only Children Can See the Secret Anti-Abuse Message On This Ad | Health on GOOD.