The ever-wise John Maeda in a Q&A with The Great Discontent.
Pair with some excellent advice on how to make your own luck.
I’ve been very lucky; when you’ve been lucky, you want to give some of that back to the people around you. I can’t give away luck, but I can give away the notion that if you work hard and try to do the right thing, then you’re more likely to be lucky.
A really funny mockumentary about the pretentiousness in today’s agencies, all in support of the upcoming Creative Fuel event in Sydney.
If you ever find a man who is better than you are — hire him. If necessary, pay him more than you pay yourself.
Break the glass and you can take the dollar home.
Jargon Jar Phrase of the Day: Objectively Conceptualize