A List of 15 Terrific TED Talks for Igniting Creativity [Infographic]

by | Sep 9, 2017

The folks at In Good Taste have served up an infographic full of the best 15 TED Talks for igniting creativity. There is something for every creative individual here.

In reality, we are all creative. When it comes to igniting creativity we must realize it’s a process that can be taught and learned. Creativity is a whole brain exercise that involves both hemispheres working together. Understanding this is the very reason we developed Creativity Fluency. This is the process of using artistic proficiency to add meaning to a product through design, art, and storytelling. It is about using innovative design to add value to the function of a product though its form.

These 15 inspiring TED Talks were chosen by the authors of this infographic for their powerful messages about creativity and its connection to life, work, and learning in the modern digital age:

“Whether looking for the inspiration to bring an idea alive or simply looking to pass the time, listen to these 15 talks sure to spark your creativity. Each talk featured below was chosen from the plethora in existence for their passion and correlation to the art community. They are each concisely summarized to help narrow your area of interest.”

The links for each TED talk appear right after the infographic. Hear from the likes of Sir Ken Robinson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Andrew Stanton, and many more brilliant and creative minds.

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