by ELYSE HAUSER
Creative thinking isn’t just for people in traditionally “creative” industries. Here’s how you can incorporate mood board planning into your workflow and get a creative boost.
Even the most stuffy and traditional industries sometimes require a moment of creative vision. But when you don’t usually get creative at work, it can be hard to tap into that side of yourself when the moment calls for it. Even if you work as a creative all day, every day, you might sometimes find yourself hitting a brick wall your inspiration just can’t seem to punch through.
That’s where mood boards come in. Though they might sound like a middle school craft project, mood boards are a time-tested way to get things done. From fashion designers to tech CEOs, countless professionals can benefit from making a mood board.
Wondering how mood boards work, and how you can use them to achieve your own goals? Let’s break it down.
What Is a Mood Board?
A mood board is a collage created with a specific purpose in mind. It’s a gathering of words, . .