Having students learn together and on the fly can be one of the best ways to use precious class time. Here's why group design exercises may produce better results than individual efforts. By Dave Underwood
While the digital tools we all routinely use are incredibly powerful, they can also be unneccessarily restrictive - especially when one is in search of freewheeling creativity. Introducing the latest, best-kept secret in technology: the sketchpad. From alistapart.com
You've no doubt heard the failures-make-for-the-best-teachers bromide dozens of times. This piece from Print Online takes it up a notch: what if we actively pursue failure? A learning experience? Maybe! From Print Magazine Online.
Great design doesn't fly without a great message, and a great message is often borne of "spitballing," the practice of structured creative exploration. Help your students methodically approach any challenge in persuasive communications with this proven process. By Dave Underwood
We all know that good storytelling is the key to successfully grabbing and holding your audience's attention. But, academically-speaking, how broadly can storytelling be used? And what separates a well-spun yarn from a dull account? By Dave Underwood