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Meet the Literary Design Studio Bringing Classic Literature to New Technology

We sat down with the founders of Plympton Books, a literary studio innovating in digital publishing, to see how they’re bringing classic literature to the brink of new technology 📖
%0A“Scarcity breeds creativity; if you had lots of resources, you’d solve it in a traditional way. Because you do...

3 Exercises to Smash Your Creative Blocks

We’ve all been there—the creative roadblock. Get the tools you need to overcome your creative funk + get back your motivation 🎡
%0A“Sometimes our lack of motivation is a simple side effect of bad sleep and poor nutrition, but often it’s fueled by something deep underneath the surface, like a des...

Floyd Norman: It’s Not Over Until You Say It’s Over

Floyd Norman was the first African American artist for Disney and is refusing to let age stand in the way of his career. Read our conversation with the acclaimed animator to hear his story on how determination + a love for the craft got him to where he is today 🏔
%0A“You’re in charge of your life,...

Jenny Arden: Look for Dark Horses and Misfits

Read how user experience design manager of Airbnb Jenny Arden is creating tools for the superhost + connecting people across the world one place at a time 🏡
%0A“What you’re looking for when you’re creating a great business model is a need for it to even exist in the first place.” - Jenny Arden

Aoi Yamaguchi: Breaking From Tradition - 99U 2018-05-18 12:30

Master calligrapher Aoi Yamaguchi is mixing business with pleasure by breaking from traditional styles + bridging gaps between languages through craft 🤝

“Calligraphy is like karate – until you get the black belt, you have so many ranks to move through.” - Aoi Yamaguchi

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Amos Kennedy Jr.: From Corporate Analyst To Modern-Day Artisan

Check out our feature on modern day artisan Amos Kennedy Jr. to see how he’s challenging racial injustices + societal norms with his art 🖌

“What I am doing is actually mimicking my world vision. The vision of what I think is the world.” - Amos Kennedy Jr.

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Claudio Guglieri: The Secrets of Design Leadership

Freeform, collaborative, and improvisational defines Award-winning designer Claudio Guglieri’s style when it comes to working with clients. Read his advice on how to further your career + what it takes to be a creative director 💫
%0A“It all comes down to transparency and alignment with your clie...

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Thank you to everyone who came out to the #99UConf + filling these past few days with inspiration, creativity, and fun. See you next year 👋

Full recap coming soon to 99U.com.

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“Let's go out there and give everything we can to changing the world for the better, to challenging perceptions.” Ashleigh Axios of Automattic on using these struggles + fears for positive change.

That wraps up Day 2 of #99UConf— attendees, we’ll see you at the Closing Party. Couldn...
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