About 3 months I started the idea of blogging about my big passions: Ideas & Creativity. I just love to create, facilitate and manage ideas and noticed a lot of my theories and methods were helpful and valuable to people around me. Basically jumping into the small gap between ‘creatives’ who want to organize their ideation, and people looking to be inspired and kick-start their creative thinking.
One of the pillars of the insights and methods Crinid will present is ‘the anatomy of the idea’. Its my take on the concept of ‘an idea’. What makes a ‘good’ idea and how can we be more in control of creating these great ideas? How can we make the process of ideation more tangible, train it and generally become better creative thinkers?
I captured an introduction to the concept of ‘the idea’ in a short presentation called the ‘Anatomy of the idea’. This presentation looks into each individual part of an idea, and tries to capture the process of inspiration: Our creative ability to perceive and generate ideas based on sensory ‘input’. Though the presentation has been up in our about page for a while now, I wanted to repost it here to mark the ’300 views within 24 hours on slideshare.com‘ and being a ‘featured presentation‘ on their homepage.
Oh, and should you feel inspired by this presentation, feel free to use the concept for your own presentations or share the entire thing on your website