Learning events are bright and wonderful–I find myself running about like a child with a butterfly net, trying to capture new ideas and brilliant insights.
Here are a few that I’ve caught for you at the Baltimore WordCamp:
Design is not making 1,000 ideas, design is making 1,000 ideas 1 idea.
–Joe Stewart, Work and Company.
There is a great short video by Stewart at this link:
Designers are dealers of empathy.
Carter-Brown argued that designers were tasked with understanding the users of the product, and creating an experience which helps them.
My dog has a twitter account
I didn’t ask whether this person wanted everyone to know this, so she and her dog will remain unnamed, but let’s just say that her dog tweets out messages when the formatting of the message is not certain.
It was the worst thing that happened, until it was the best thing that happened.
A reflection on how flunking out of school taught a presenter the lessons she needed to be successful in college and life. Her advice for those starting their own companies? “Embrace the failures.”
The definition of an entrepreneur?
Someone who works 80 hours a week so they don’t have to work 40 hours a week.