‘creativity’ Videos

  • Yvonne Feresu: Creativity & Content Generation

    WordCamp Harare 2019Speaker: Yvonne Feresu

    February 21, 2020 — Yvonne reveals how to tap into your creativity to generate a consistent stream of content

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  • Kelvin Cech: On Creativity: A Freelancer’s Journey through Boredom, Desperation, Success, then it gets Boring Aga

    WordCamp Vancouver 2016Speaker: Kelvin Cech

    August 31, 2017 — My talk will focus on the genesis of creativity, whether it occurs out of necessity (oh god I have no job), boredom (this job is lame), or good ol’ fashioned ambition (I think I’ll write 3000 words about elves today). I’ll talk about the unmitigated disaster that was my first Wordcamp talk back in Edmonton in 2013, plus how people can use their own personal story as a backdrop to creative outlet. My talk should be about 20 minutes long. My basic outline: Intro: Wordcamp 2013 when my computer died and I was forced to be creative. Part 1. Unacceptable boredom: backing up to life in a tiny cubicle Part 2.

  • Ross Wintle: You Are Creative

    WordCamp Brighton 2016Speaker: Ross Wintle

    August 9, 2016 — A software developer doing a talk about creativity? Yeah, I know. I used to think I wasn’t creative too. Now I totally get that I am. And you need to know, if you don’t already, that you are too, and that I am, and that everyone is. Find out how this can be and why it’s important.

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  • Sara Cannon: Pushing The Creative Limit

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Sara Cannon

    December 14, 2015 — As designers we’re searching for the best – the best method, the best look, the best font. We have a continuous battle to create brands that are unique but that have a longstanding presence. We make tough decisions constantly, question our instincts, and settle. We fight and we strive to make long lasting beautiful, smart and informed design. How do we get there?

    In this talk, seasoned Creative Director Sara Cannon is going to dive deep into the designers struggle. She’s going to share different processes that can make our work better. We’re going to discuss philosophy, methodology, and execution from the creative mind stand point. Hopefully by the end of the talk, you will be inspired to push your own creative limits and learned some tips on how to get there.

  • Hugo Fernandes: Creativity and Our Brain

    WordCamp Europe 2014Speaker: Hugo Fernandes

    November 19, 2014 — How can we develop creative and imaginative solutions to business problems? How can I do that if I’m a freelancer and work alone? How can I generate ideas in a team environment?
    More than a theoretical and subjective talk, Hugo Fernandes provides a close collaborative session where participants perform creative exercises and learn about tools and mental processes to use in the search of best ideas.