Episode 445 of the Creativity Matters Podcast: tips for the Index-Card-a-Day Challenge (ICAD) and ideas for thinking about doing a series.
Episode 444 of the Creativity Matters Podcast: daily focus, tracking in notion, and a watercolor flowers book.
I’ve been using Notion for several months now. Many people use it for notes, and some use it for setting up databases. In the notes arena, there are tons of students using Notion for advanced study, and that’s how I first heard about it. Once you start using Notion, however, if you are a tables,… more…
Episode 416 of the Creativity Matters Podcast: an unexpected ink treat, treating yourself, and a timed drawing.
Episode 414 of the Creativity Matters Podcast: error logs and tracking, self-portraits, soup, illustrated journal, and a superhero cape.
Episode 345 of the Creativity Matters Podcast: planner talk, bullet journaling talk, being the only listmaker in the family, and a quilted composition book cover.
Taking Time to Reflect on the Creative Year that Was I think it is important to do a creative year-end review in addition to any other regular life year-end review you do. This snapshot of your creative year and of what you value, what you tried, what you explored, what you discovered, what stood… more…
Episode 291 – when working on a big, long-term, or 365 projects… make sure it’s something you really, really, really enjoy! Plus, more than 29,000 smilies and an inspiring book of 200 everyday objects to draw.
The screenshots above are from the Giorgia Lupi – Information Designer video of a talk Lupi gave at the School of Visual Arts. Getting My Feet Wet with Data Tracking February is almost over. All month long I have been taking a closer look at data tracking questions, processes, approaches, and visualization techniques and strategies. My… more…
A “documentation” project for February, just a toe in the water to do some more deliberate tracking of personal data… and at the end of it… to explore the process of visualizing that data and turning it into something creative. For the most part, I plan to track creative-oriented data… data that will help me see larger patterns in my day to day, creative energies, and creative journey.