The Dream Work

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Are you working in your dream job? If so, that’s awesome and congratulations. However if you aren’t, what’s standing in your way? Maybe it’s time for a change, or maybe there’s something you can do to make the job you have right now turn into a dream job. Finding the best work for the best version of ourselves is sometimes a matter of perspective and… dare we say it? Innovation.

Human Nature

Human-centered design is the cornerstone of high tier innovation. Anyone can spot a need, but not everyone attempts to see problems from the perspectives of those affected. In this article, expert Ty Hagler discusses the phases of human-centered design implementation and how a healthy dose of empathy yields big results.

Explore the process here.

Time and Space

Trig is now a sponsor of Hangar6, a design and prototyping space for technology-based businesses in the Research Triangle region. Making a robust offering of creation equipment available for companies of all sizes is an integral step to generating more opportunities for innovation. This is where the dream job magic happens, and we’re ready to create the future together.

Click here for all the details.

What We’re Reading

Dream Teams: Working Together Without Falling Apart
Author: Shane Snow

A dream job needs a dream team. If you’ve ever been on a team that seemed like it ought to be extraordinary and it fell flat instead, this book is for you. If you’ve ever been on a team that came together beautifully and you have no idea how everything worked out so well, this book is for you.

Shane Snow explores team dynamics in multiple combinations of great and disastrous results to explain his conclusions on what it takes to bring people together harmoniously.

Read our full review here.

Goes Around, Comes Around

Swedish motion graphic artist Andreas Wannerstedt has created a series of loop animations, appropriately titled “Oddly Satisfying,” that are as beautiful as they are pleasing to watch. It’s easy to become hypnotized and lose all sense of time as you watch unusual objects align just right over and over. Colossal has a collection of the animations and further information.

Check out the fascinating compilation here.

Until next time,

Ty Hagler
Trig Innovation

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