10habits of
successful
creative
people
by Yuan Wang
Creative Director,
Yump
yump.com.au
1
You are
what you think
you are.
Andy
Warhol
“How can you call this art?” they say.
“You can’t paint as well as what’s his name…
and your model isn’t as pretty to begi...
The highest price ever paid for a Warhol painting is US$105 million
for 1963’s Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)
“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”
Sylvia Plath
2
Question
everything,
everywhere,
forever.
Charles
Darwin
Everything around you that you call
life, was made up by people that
were no smarter than you.
And you can change it, you ...
3If you can’t
find a way,
make one.
Claude
Monet
After being repeatedly rejected by France’s official art show, the Salon de Paris, the
Impressionists staged the first of ...
Reel
Online Presentations
Axe
Website Feedback
Verify
Design Surveys
Solidify
Prototype Testing
Strike
Tasks List
Chop
Cod...
4Don’t leave
ideas in your
head.
Leonardo
Da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci perfected the art of sketching in the 15th century.
His sketchbooks contained brilliant inventions, idea...
From ideas to prototypes, sketch them all out.
Waterproof
Notepads
$15.00
5
Create
your
environment.
Pablo
Picasso
“The whole studio seemed to be bristling with
Picasso’s. All the bits of wood and frames had
become like his pictures.”
Va...
This is the house
used by Mark
Zuckerberg and the
Facebook team in
the summer of 2004.
You don’t need
expensive fitouts
to...
6
Join forces
and be a force.
Lennon &
McCartney
Successful
partnerships
Larry Page + Sergey BrinPierre Omidyar + Jeffrey Skoll
Ben Cohen + Jerry Greenfield
Evan Willams +...
7Be
AUDACIOUS.
Ruslan
Kogan
Only a big, crazy idea can
shatter the status quo.
The best businesses do
things in a way that no one
has ever done before...
8
Creat chance
because
chance creates.
Things
discovered
by chance
9Simplify,
then simplify
more.
Steve
Jobs
That’s been one of my mantras —
focus and simplicity.
Simple can be harder than complex.
You have to work hard to get your...
10Make it happen.
It’s not
about ideas.
It’s about
making ideas
happen.
Scott Belsky,
Co-founder of Behance
Thinking big is
an absolute wast...
Let’s
connect
@yuanwangtweetsTHANKS
yump.com.au
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  1. 1. 10habits of successful creative people by Yuan Wang Creative Director, Yump yump.com.au
  2. 2. 1 You are what you think you are. Andy Warhol
  3. 3. “How can you call this art?” they say. “You can’t paint as well as what’s his name… and your model isn’t as pretty to begin with.” Andy Warhol Leading figure of 1950s Pop Art
  4. 4. The highest price ever paid for a Warhol painting is US$105 million for 1963’s Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)
  5. 5. “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” Sylvia Plath
  6. 6. 2 Question everything, everywhere, forever. Charles Darwin
  7. 7. Everything around you that you call life, was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. Steve Jobs
  8. 8. 3If you can’t find a way, make one. Claude Monet
  9. 9. After being repeatedly rejected by France’s official art show, the Salon de Paris, the Impressionists staged the first of their own exhibitions in 1874. Despite early public ridicule, their style was eventually adopted by mainstream Salon art by the 1890s.
  10. 10. Reel Online Presentations Axe Website Feedback Verify Design Surveys Solidify Prototype Testing Strike Tasks List Chop Code Feedback Influence Design Presentations Notable Interface Feedback Foundation Responsive Front-end Framework Do you know that besides Foundation, Zurb also makes other products, apps and tools to solve their own design problems?
  11. 11. 4Don’t leave ideas in your head. Leonardo Da Vinci
  12. 12. Leonardo Da Vinci perfected the art of sketching in the 15th century. His sketchbooks contained brilliant inventions, ideas and discoveries.
  13. 13. From ideas to prototypes, sketch them all out.
  14. 14. Waterproof Notepads $15.00
  15. 15. 5 Create your environment. Pablo Picasso
  16. 16. “The whole studio seemed to be bristling with Picasso’s. All the bits of wood and frames had become like his pictures.” Vanessa Bell after visiting Picasso’s studio in 1914
  17. 17. This is the house used by Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team in the summer of 2004. You don’t need expensive fitouts to make your environment creative and stimulating for innovative thinking.
  18. 18. 6 Join forces and be a force. Lennon & McCartney
  19. 19. Successful partnerships Larry Page + Sergey BrinPierre Omidyar + Jeffrey Skoll Ben Cohen + Jerry Greenfield Evan Willams + Biz Stone Steve Jobs + Steve Wozniak John Lennon + Paul McCartney
  20. 20. 7Be AUDACIOUS. Ruslan Kogan
  21. 21. Only a big, crazy idea can shatter the status quo. The best businesses do things in a way that no one has ever done before. Ruslan Kogan, Founder of Kogan.com
  22. 22. 8 Creat chance because chance creates.
  23. 23. Things discovered by chance
  24. 24. 9Simplify, then simplify more. Steve Jobs
  25. 25. That’s been one of my mantras — focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex. You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains. Steve Jobs
  26. 26. 10Make it happen.
  27. 27. It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen. Scott Belsky, Co-founder of Behance Thinking big is an absolute waste of time if you’re not going to execute on your ideas. Ruslan Kogan, Founder of Kogan.com
  28. 28. Let’s connect @yuanwangtweetsTHANKS yump.com.au
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