How many times do you find that you start going left, drawing a square, but the final solution is behind you, and it does not look like your original design at all as it is a tubular circle with spots?
I have always believed that there is at least one solution to every problem. Often more. “No” is not a word in my vocabulary.
That it takes time to spin around in many directions, finding half solutions, odd ones, silly ones, but through this process, the solution will appear, often when I am going in the “wrong” direction according to societal rules. There is no “quick fix.”
On April 4th, Behance sent me a new blog, that itemized how I think and find solutions.
What It Takes To Innovate: Wrong-Thinking, Tinkering & Intuiting
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