Creativity, while intangible and abstract, has provable benefits—you just have to know how to cultivate it. For us, creativity has both stemmed from and led to innovation, experimentation, and a diverse portfolio of clients. We’re going to give insight into fostering creativity across a wide range of applications. From your personal, creative side hustle to your team’s ongoing flow of thought, we’ll discuss tips and tricks for getting the most out of your creative process.
- You’ll learn how to keep ideas flowing within your teams (and company-wide).
- You’ll learn how maintaining a personal creative practice improves your creativity at work.
- You’ll learn how experimentation and innovation can lead to more creativity.
- We’ll show you creative work and campaigns for Slack, Cracker Barrel, Kirkland’s Home Decor and more!
- We’ll provide tips and tricks for getting the most out of your creative process.
Location: Eastman Toy F Reid Employee Center Room 219
Chris Ammons, Associate Creative Director, redpepper
Chris’s quirky, limitless outlook pushes our visuals, concepts, and ideas beyond the bounds of conventional thinking. To him, the best creative has both a human element and a dose of good humor. Some call him mischievous. And when he delivers outlandish ideas in jest for a dose of self-amusement, we’d agree. Chris makes our work—and our days—better.
Samara Anderson, VP of Sales & Marketing, redpepper
Whether our not-so-secret weapon, Samara, is making us think or making us laugh, she loves bringing people together. Especially when she’s connecting new clients with the teams in our shop that can get the job done. And when she’s not making problem-solving sparks fly, she’s tracking meaningful trends and insights, making sure we (and our clients) are always ready for the next big thing