Advertisements / Marketing Copy
Animation / Anime
Collage / Decollage
Communications / Messages
Cultural Items & Practices
Dance / Choreography
Information Architecture / Information Environments
Make Up Design
Music / Songs / Compositions / Lyrics
Pastries & Desserts
Public Speaking / Speeches
Remixes / Remix Culture
Screenplays / Scripts
Software Architecture & Design
Strategies & Plans
User Experience Design
Creative ProfessionsAs the value of creative works differs greatly based on talent, creative professions tend to be highly competitive whereby employers are highly selective. In some cases, employers fail to see areas such as strategy, algorithms, coding and engineering as creative such that they make the mistake of viewing workers and interchangeable cogs despite huge differences in talent in a profession.
Creative MythsPeople tend to associate creativity with art, entertainment and visual design. In fact, things like business processes and methods involve much creativity whereby one process may be many orders of magnitude more valuable than another. Any work product where non-obvious originality creates much value is potentially a creative work.
|Overview: Creative Works
Work outputs that differ greatly in value from one producer to another.
A work product that greatly benefits from non-obvious originality.