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Our brains are alerted when contrast is detected. Role reversal is a creative technique used to capitalize on this cognitive phenomenon and can be applied to improve the impact of websites, direct mail pieces, and print

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Virtual tours have been available for many years. Until recently, the quality has been fair, and the price has been out of reach for most small to mid-sized organizations. However, with advancements in technology, and since

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Intersect Ideas To Attract Attention

There is nothing like a disruptive photo to attract attention - and a potential buyer's interest. For decades print media has successfully used photos to pique a viewer's curiosity and draw them into their ads. While

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Finding similarities between different things is key to formulating creative solutions.  It’s not surprising to find connections between things that are compatible, alike, or complimentary to each other.  Breakthroughs occur when seemingly unrelated elements from diverse

Innovation in Focus: Seeing Through the Haze

The road to innovation requires a specific kind of visualization. Instead of looking at a problem, or looking for a solution, innovation requires you to “see” the problem and possibilities. This means your eyes initiate mental

Collaborate with Divergence to Carve Out Innovation

At the very font end of innovation, during the initial stages of conceptualization, collaboration is key to fleshing out, building on, and shaping your notions.  You could try developing an idea yourself, within your own mind,

Visual Blocks that Delay or Deter Innovation

When a problem of interest remains unanswered, your subconscious mind continuously searches for alternatives, options and possibilities, even when your conscious attention is focused elsewhere.  So when a potential creative solution is realized, via an integral