Here is FutureRising's best stuff from the past week. We've put together this handy round-up so you don't miss out on our most popular content as well as giving you something to share.
Come up with an idea for your own interactive session at Mindshare's Huddle 2014 and you could be running it.
Sara Gärdegård, a designer and creative, shares her experiences of Berghs School of Communications and lots of advice for young people.
One of London's top creatives, Jeremy Garner, discusses how he tackles creative briefs.
Marketer Matthew Epstein's viral attempt at bagging a job at Google.
5. From around the web
Bill Moggridge discusses forty influential designers who have shaped interaction with technology.
More content from the week
Is your craving for inspiration and knowledge still not satisfied? Here's some more content from the past week that you might be interested in:
- Advice: 6 places to learn for free
- Answer: What must students do to get ahead?
- Story: OFFF: The best examples of analogue and digital working together
- Answer: What experience should students try to gain?
- Student work: Donate by update: PRODUCT(RED)
The evolution of creativity
Dipika Rangasami explores the meaning behind being creative and how the term previously reserved for specialist creators is todays hottest word in every industry.
We’ve all been there
Beatrice Withers Green explains why it's okay to not know what career you will have after graduating from university.
We live in difficult times
Tony Cullingham explains that in these competitive times if you want to land a job in creative advertising, you and your portfolio need to shine through.
Where to find ideas
Ricky Richards talks about coming up with ideas in this age of distraction and gives you the clues to finding those unique ideas.
The career path that has no path
Creative Director, Jeremy Garner, explores the exciting opportunity surrounding careers in the ever changing creative industries.
The rate of people being diagnosed with alzheimer’s is growing rapidly, with now 1 in 3 seniors dying of this incurable disease. Students from Miami Ad School has an idea to raise awareness.