Learn how to survive in the new creative economy by facing these key factors that will shape the future of the design industry.
Challenging to understand and even more complicated to define, the proper perspective on value creation is a critical function for the future creative.
Robust web-based design tools are disrupting the creative industries at large, compounded by the rise of ‘robots’ taking over the mundane tasks of production.
Currently 34 percent of the U.S. population is on 1099, working as independent freelancers. Neil Brown discusses how this has changed the design industry.
Neil and Jen Baker Brown drove 18,000+ miles to meet with individuals and organizations in an attempt to curate a collective vision of the future of creativity.
In the next leg of Neil & Jen Baker Brown's journey to explore creative communities in the US, they find that what they say is true: Cleveland rocks!
In the latest installment about Neil and Jen Baker Brown's creative journey across the US, Neil explores creativity and design in Indianapolis.
Neil and Jen Baker Brown journey to Kansas City to explore its burgeoning creative and entrepreneurial community.