|Overview: Creativity Of Constraints
The idea that creativity can be sparked with well designed constraints.
What is Creativity Of Constraints?
John Spacey, updated on
Creativity of constraints is a theory that suggests that well designed constraints improve creativity. While creativity is commonly seen as a product of imagination, widely appreciated results of creativity such as great art, music, designs and innovations typically result from a constraints such as culture, influences, schools of thought, schools of art, traditions, methods, techniques and styles. If creativity is free to bend constraints, it rarely works without them altogether.
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