For me, one of the hardest things about creating is not having any rules that inform my creativity. I used to think that I didn’t have enough time or money to really invest in my creativity — but once I hit a point in my life where I did have BOTH time and money to invest in my creativity I was super overwhelmed.

Today on the show Katrina and I are talking about how to create constraint to keep you moving throughout a project.

Specifically we’re discussing:

 

  • We’re more creative with rules or parameters, and how to do that
  • When to launch a project, when projects are finished, and how to share a project that isn’t “finished”
  • When to sell your project (if at all)
  • How projects can get legs and turn into other opportunities
  • Seeing what’s possible, and how tiny moments can add up to something larger
  • How sharing your work can be a critical part of the formation process

About Katrina McHugh

Katrina is a graphic designer and partner at Flight Design Co, a small strategy and graphic design studio that specializes in branding for small businesses. In addition to her day-to-day responsibilities of managing a design studio, she works hard to maintain space for her personal creative practice which involves keeping a sketchbook, creating digital collages based on song lyrics and collaborating with other creatives.