TED Talk Tuesday: How to Build Your Creative Confidence by David Kelley

What is TED Talk Tuesday?

Every Tuesday, CatPrint will be posting a TED Talk picked out specifically for you, whether for inspiration, motivation, creativity, or simply advice. We’re here to help you get motivated about what you do!

David Kelley: How to Build Your Creative Confidence

Why Should You Watch This?

Do you need some motivation? Have you been held back or put down with your art or design? If you’re someone who needs some inspiration, you should watch this. Your creative confidence needs a boost, and David Kelley will help you.

Who is David Kelley?

David Kelley is a currently a professor at Stanford University and chairman/founder of IDEO. He has contributed much to the design world, such as the first Apple computer mouse. He teaches engineering design methodology at d.school, the design institute at Stanford.






CatPrint is a boutique color printing company offering premium short run printing via the internet. When founded in 2004, the company was operated out of the owner's basement. Today, CatPrint has expanded into a cutting-edge web establishment, employing a team of workers with expertise in the fields of graphic design, productions and customer service. We also guarantee the use of the largest and most innovative digital presses available to us. Throughout our development, we strive to remain a customer-conscious organization, always trying to offer the most satisfying printing experience. Remember, our main concern is always you – the customer!

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