Recently I came across an article in the New York Times by Adam Bryant who interviews various executives on their challenges leading and managing organizations. The interview I read was with Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO (“He Prizes Questions More Than Answers”). Brown shared a few key lessons ...
On November 12th, Sequence participated in the annual AIGA Fall Gala fundraiser, Hung Up. Every year AIGA features custom-designed objects by local designers which are then auctioned to raise money for their organization. This year the object was a skateboard deck.
“I never come to solutions unless I have restrictions.” – Paul Sahre, Designer
“Pursue creativity with courage.” – Al Bell, Stax Records
“Innovation is about experimentation.” – Marissa Mayer, VP Search Products, Google
These were just some of the thought-provoking messages heard at AIGA's Make | Think Conference
, held 2 weeks ago in Memphis, Tennessee. My colleague Anna Tou and I had the opportunity to be there in person to soak up the inspirational atmosphere of both Memphis and the conference. We tuned into a vast array of presenters, tried some finger-licking BBQ ribs, strolled the historical and soulful streets of downtown Memphis, and for two and a half days, were surrounded by hundreds of designers who are thinking and making just like us.