You don’t owe the world perfection! – keynote at Beyond TellerrandTuesday, May 16th, 2017 at 10:26 am
Yesterday morning I was lucky enough to give the opening keynote at the excellent Beyond Tellerrand conference in Dusseldorf, Germany. I wrote a talk for the occasion that covered a strange disconnect that we’re experiencing at the moment.
Whilst web technology advanced leaps and bounds we still seem to be discontent all the time. I called this the Tetris mind set: all our mistakes are perceived as piling up whilst our accomplishments vanish.
Eva-Lotta Lamm created some excellent sketchnotes on my talk.
The video of the talk is already available on Vimeo:
Breaking out of the Tetris mind set from beyond tellerrand on Vimeo.
You can get the slides on SlideShare:
I will follow this up with a more in-depth article on the subject in due course, but for today I am very happy how well received the keynote was and I want to remind people that it is OK to build things that don’t last and that you don’t owe the world perfection. Creativity is a messy process and we should feel at ease about learning from mistakes.