[Science-Art-Engineering-Design] The Creativity Compass: a conversation with John Maeda.

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« Artists and scientists tend to work well together, and designers and engineers work well together, but… scientists andengineers don’t work as well together, and likewise, neither do artists and designers. Engineers and designers tend to focus on utility and understand the world through observation and gathering the constraints of a problemto come up with a solution. Artists and scientists, on the other hand are inspired by nature or math, and they create through pure inner creativity and pursue expression that is more connected to things like truth or beauty thansomething so imperfect as mere utility. Which is to say, there are many more ways to divide the brain than into left and right hemispheres.

 

… The tyranny of traditional disciplines and functionally segregated organizations fail to produce the type of people who can work with this creativity compass, but I believe that in a world where the rate of change increases exponentially, where disruption has become a norm instead of an anomaly, the challenge will be to think this way if we want to effectively solve the problems we face today, much less tomorrow. »

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