Creatives must regularly accomplish the seemingly impossible. The list of miracles expected of creatives (both freelance and otherwise) includes:|
-Expand creative skills but still take care of business
-Spend sometimes overwhelming hours on clients' projects and still devote healthy
amounts of time to family, friends, and self
-Handle restrictions, roadblocks and rejections with style and grace
We're going to talk about work, but way more important is what you do when you're not working. Clearing your head makes you more effective and efficient.
-The best way to prioritize your day (it's not necessarily what you think)
-Tips to spark creativity and develop creativity
-How to shift mental gears
-Developing a knack for staying cool
Be inspired by great visuals and practical pointers in this fun workshop about the realities of achieving a life of balance in today's design world.
See Jim here in Seattle before he heads down to San Francisco to the HOW Conference.
Jim Krause, a long-time Pacific Northwest designer/author/photographer (graduated from SCCC in 1982) has worked for clients large and small. His clientele has included Microsoft, Seattle Public Schools, Cingular wireless and others.
Jim has written over a dozen books on graphic design and digital photography, many of which are bestsellers in their genre and are on sale around the world.
When he's not working, Jim can usually be found riding his bike or motorcycle, hiking, creating art or seeking espresso of the highest quality.
You can contact him at www.JimKrauseDesign.com
Entrance to the Plaza Building is on Orcas between 5th & 6th.
Take the elevator to the 1st floor then stairs or glass elevator to 2nd floor - Suite 292.
From the Atrium Building go up one floor, cross the Skybridge, take stairs or glass elevator to 2nd floor - Suite 292
Seattle Design Center-Plaza Building Suite 292 (View)
5701 Sixth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|