Forget trying to "fake it until you make it." Instead admit (and embrace) being a total newbie.
Not every businesses needs to be focused on super-rapid growth. Sometimes, the slow, long term is the right path for success.
The former director of industrial design at Apple shares what separates the great design-focused companies from the rest of the pack.
"Don't round out your edges and don't assign power to third party gatekeepers."
"Networking" in an authentic way requires guts, time, and, well, being human.
Drawing on wisdom from Paul Rand, John Maeda shows us why both startups and "end-ups" need great design to succeed. But getting there requires a focus on designers, ambitious leadership, and lots of experimentation.
Tina Roth Eisenberg, also known as Swissmiss, shares how she turned several side projects into full time labors of love.
Ben Shaffer, designer of the Nike Flyknit, has three rules: incubate, instigate, and build, build, build.