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Creativity Unfolded — a new blog series

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All megatrends suggest that problem-solving, critical thinking and the ability to perceive the world in new ways will become more and more important in the future. This means that creativity will become the single-most important skill to master. 

Aalto is home to creative minds and we want audiences also outside our community to get inspired by our amazing and innovative work.

That’s why we have started a new blog series Creativity Unfolded, where we focus on insights linked to creativity in a multitude of ways. Topics include design, technology, media, architecture, film, games, art theory and more.

The blog is published on Medium, an online publishing platform with over 60 million monthly readers. Medium’s audience skews towards certain categories: technology, design, learning, entrepreneurship, startups, culture — which are very relevant to Aalto. Medium is an open space for readers and writers alike, and unique in the fact that good stories can gain international exposure and different audiences to those of aalto.fi.

Read Creativity Unfolded and join the conversation: https://medium.com/creativity-unfolded

If you wish to contribute to the blog, please contact Sini Koskimies [email protected]

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