Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a digital playground, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- When you were a kid, what was your favorite thing to do?…It was probably playing.…We learn through play.…We explore new ideas, learn to master new tools,…and unlock the creative potential…of our own imagination.…But as we grow older, many of us get caught up…in the daily grind of life and find less…and less time to run down to your local playground…and just play.…Well in this week's episode of Training Tips Weekly,…we're going to change that.…And we're going to setup a digital playground…for ourselves and rekindle our own creative potential.…
Do you see this box I'm sitting in?…No, not my studio.…This screen that you're watching me on.…It may be your computer or a mobile device,…but rather than thinking of it as a work tool,…think of it as your own personal digital playground.…Open your applications or program files…and look at all the playground equipment…that you have at your fingertips.…You likely have apps for creating images,…audio, and video, or other types of media.…
You have other toys to unlock your own imagination…
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