Emily Ludolph writes about business, history, and culture. She has published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Artsy, Airmail, Eye on Design, JSTOR Daily, Quartz, Narratively, TED Online and Design Observer. She is the host of a live show and podcast called Dedicate It.
Entrepreneurial thinking was in the air this year, from bridging creativity and capital to scaling side hustles. We rounded up the best advice from 99U thinkers who have been there, won it all, failed big, and kept on coming back for more.
The prolific illustrator and data editor tells stories in colorful visuals that aim to make journalism more accessible to everyone.
There’s a strange itch that haunts creatives: the idea that somewhere, beyond the boundaries of the city or town where we live, beyond the edge of our daily commitments, there’s a place we can go where our best work is waiting to greet us at the door. Sound like a fantasy? Welcome to Jacky Winter Gardens.
While the constantly changing needs of the 21st century make talent one of the biggest sources of value at any company, most HR infrastructures are stuck in the 20th century. Here are a few ways to transform your company into a talent-first organization that manages its people as wisely as its financial capital.
Feeling a rift between creativity and capital? Vince Kadlubek, who has led the DIY art collective Meow Wolf to national success, looks back on his time on the fringes of the creative economy and shares a few words of wisdom on how creatives can balance business and craft, and why creative companies need to work together.
On World Interaction Design Day, three designers shared how creatives can build a world focused on inclusion, accessible experiences, and shared dialogue.
In her new book 'Joyful', author and IDEO Fellow Ingrid Fetell Lee embraces color, abundance and bubbles. And you should too.
Two designers have set out to bring UX strategies to the myriad systems of local, state, and federal election offices, using human-centered design thinking to shepherd citizens through from the registration process to the moment they mark their choice on the ballot.
Sean Adams, Ping Zhu, Arianna Orland, Zak Kyes, and Mac Premo share the most embarrassing moments of their careers.
Are ads killing the internet? Former 99U speaker and Timehop COO, Rick Webb weighs in on the house of cards of online advertising, the myth of targeting, and why we need to rethink regulation. Read on for some big picture insight into exactly what’s happening on your little screen.