“the relationship between constraint and creativity is like peanut butter and jelly…”
Like the idea of using the 140 characters of a tweet to drive creativity. Bonus points: Tweet your creative thought in 133 characters and tag it #TheCLA, we’ll repost our favorites.
Ideas cause ideas and help evolve new ideas. They interact with each other and with other mental forces in the same brain, in neighboring brains, and thanks to global communication, in far distant, foreign brains.Neuropsychologist Roger Sperry
The key to effectiveness in the ideation phase … is to employ a variety of ideation techniques to stimulate new, different ways of thinking. Such techniques are proven to help groups expand their thinking and generate a greater number of fresh, unexpected ideas.The 7 Most Common Brainstorming Mistakes…and How to Avoid Them
Love this idea, and related to our second CLA lesson. How do time limits effect your creativity?