Little Walden

Issue #91 – The one with the rise of the freelancer

Little Walden Creative Newsletter

Creative Inspiration


How to study graphic design overseas and see the world

How to study graphic design overseas and see the world

Want to be adventurous and see the world? Fancy living in a far-flung country and enjoy a new outlook on life? Then why not consider studying graphic design abroad?


How Freelancers Are Taking a New Place in the Employment Hierarchy

How Freelancers Are Taking a New Place in the Employment Hierarchy

A comprehensive review of reports on the gig economy reveals that things are changing for freelancers—for the better.


Want to boost your creativity and be a better collaborator?

Want to boost your creativity and be a better collaborator?

Stretch your mind and strengthen your relationships by stealing this simple way to learn, says education innovator Sugata Mitra.


How Often People With Creative Jobs Divorce

How Often People With Creative Jobs Divorce

A new infographic by Nathan Yau of the website Flowing Data looks at the discrepancies between job types and divorce rates based on data from the 2015 American Community Survey.


5 Mind-Bending Experiments That Show Where Creativity Is Headed Next

5 Mind-Bending Experiments That Show Where Creativity Is Headed Next

This year’s Siggraph conference – going on this week in Los Angeles – shows how rapidly creative technology is evolving today.


Knocking Down your Creative Blocks

Knocking Down your Creative Blocks

Don’t expect your best stuff to suddenly appear by magic. Before any of that can happen, you need to figure out what you’re trying to say.


Creativity Is Seldom What We Think It Is

Creativity Is Seldom What We Think It Is

What happens when we open ourselves up to receiving creative magic in all its forms?


Innovate on Purpose: Innovation requires learning, relearning and unlearning

Innovate on Purpose: Innovation requires learning, relearning and unlearning

Innovation training – learning the skills that make up a good innovation activity isn’t difficult and people will need to both learn, relearn and unlearn some things in order to achieve innovation success.

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