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Author: Stefan Mumaw; Wendy Oldfield
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : HOW Books, ©2009.
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From the Publisher: Brainstorming. In your office, your school or your group, it may have already become a bad word. You're charged with generating a great idea?-the next big thing?-the perfect concept. But you only have a limited amount of time, and you have to do it with your whole team. There's great pressure to come up with something outstanding. Working with a team can be difficult, and generating viable ideas  Read more...
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Mumaw, Stefan.
Caffeine for the creative team.
Cincinnati, Ohio : HOW Books, ©2009
(DLC) 2008051683
(OCoLC)233931232
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Mumaw; Wendy Oldfield
ISBN: 9781440331992 1440331995
OCLC Number: 842262484
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 1 online resource (289 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Introduction --
Get out of my way, I'm drawing horns --
Follow the rules, just not those rules --
Turkey carcass is a terrible thing to waste --
Minty fresh garlicky breath --
Is that a swing or a rocket pod --
Plaid tastes like brown and purple mixed together, huh? --
Don't call clients wankers until you're sure they've left --
Twisted Christmas --
Staring ball world championships is starting --
Stop! Do not enter! Moose crossing! --
Interview: Ann Willoughby --
Monsterblenderlicious --
Mold that cricket --
My bass drum is a yawn --
Ice cream hollandaise --
Happy pantonium day --
Cell mates --
We're off to see the wizard --
Saddle up that intern, partner! --
It's a pterodactyl! Aww! Aww! --
Interview: Chris Duh --
Should the racetrack be in the front or back? --
Staring at the turkey in the blender all day --
Destroy this! --
It's aliiive! --
Your table fits my earwax collection perfectly --
Surprise ending --
Good luck staring with that --
That's the happiest porcupine I've ever seen --
Chicken to stocking in four pics --
Creative director to William four; Check --
Wise is the new young --
I grew a whole crop of interns --
You are now free to move around the gymnasium --
Watch the road! --
I have guitar pick high flush --
Quick, it's a frog --
Remote's in the crisper --
My cell phone charger fits nicely next to your ketchup stain --
I wonder if I can dig a tunnel to the copier from here, Tom Thought --
3 down: the sound Trevor makes when e-mail is down --
Turn that frown upside down! Now add projectile vomit --
Yeah, baby, yeah, yeah, baby, yeah --
Cockroaches can't run from the pencil-flinger --
Don't ask aliens if they know Will Smith --
Interview: Justin Ahrens --
Mine is of an empty coffee cup --
Watch my biker jump chapter three --
You hate it when I do that --
Rock band, volume three --
Where did you find that trash can? --
Then, William the intern exploded; The end --
Crappy idea ornaments --
I'm sorry, sir; Your ear looks like a "G," and I need a picture of it --
Day in the life of Albert --
You're so twisted --
Office graffiti is no longer frowned upon --
Perfect whatever-you-are --
Where'd that flying blender come from? --
You made this into that? --
Dave finally gives in and agrees to do it; Fade to black --
Interview: Clint Runge --
I just flipped Jeff's tongue; Gross --
I hurt your squiggle bad --
We made chalk welcome mats in front of every door --
I got smell! --
Ha ha, Dave's a Vegas showgirl! Dancer! --
Your capital "L" overlapped my thought bubble. My camera froze while shooting the "Ice Ice Baby" part --
My body is definitely a six-eye body --
I spelled "make the logo bigger" --
That tape roll makes great horns --
Wanna go play on the cosmigraphotron? --
This month is "punch a vendor" month --
Message in the bottle said, "leave a new message for someone else" --
X marks the spot, but so does that repeating crisscross pattern --
My dog ate the logo --
Interview: Dave Gouvela and Chris Elkerton --
Look! Jill is headfirst in John's pocket! --
That's not a drawing, that's just a sausage stain --
Luke, I am your milk-carton-faced father --
I can't find a word for "still lives at home" --
Conference table is made of highlighters --
I should have picked a speed metal song --
Well, it's um well, you see, he's ummm --
50-50 on whether I should stay or go --
We would like to thank the academy --
It's a blender giraffe --
Interview: Eric Chimenti --
Look! I'm riding a giant highlighter! --
George Washington is now George Clinton --
Pirates don't smell good --
Sixty-four-ounce cup of coffee gave you away --
Mom, can Billy and I get bunk desks for work? Please? --
Spatulas! Start your engines! --
I'd like to thank Erica in client services for giving me my first shot --
Ump's a bum, but my seat warmer is nice --
Get your game face on-it's pencil-jousting time --
We're on a mission-from the production manager --
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's webwoman and her trusty sidekick, blogboy! --
Nick promised fresh bagels if I chose him --
I call it stock car boxing --
I'll trade you three junior account execs for your rookie web developer --
Interview: John January --
Vote Ramon for king, he promises to give you all an extra day off --
Thou shalt bring blueberry bagels to work every Monday --
Unless the muffins are fresher --
If you shant, may the fleas of a thousand camels infest your armpits --
Postal service: because getting your package undamaged is for wusses --
I see you blew up your ballon; It's a hot air balloon, then? --
Fragile, sweet rose drifted lightly in the breeze; Then an elephant came, and --
Then Johnny ate a desklamp and kicked a rutabaga --
My story is called "the flying red asparagus" --
Pizza by day, runway model by night --
Smell of Pinocchio's shorts is overpowering my porridge --
Spacious 100-square-foot cubicle with cozy breakfast nook --
Theme is themeless-good luck. With plastic clothes, stains don't stand a chance --
I call the media room next to the air duct --
I hope you have a crappy day and you get fired or something --
Interview: HOW forum --
I'm gonna go all s'more on you today --
Barely used client services position for sale, complete with bent file cabinet --
This is of a melted popsicle --
Lisa dives headfirst to save the highlighter from hitting the floor --
Camp Sixty-Four-page-catalog-production is open for business --
I found the treasure near the radiator-chocolate ice cream was a bad choice --
PowerPoint Texas hold'em storytelling --
I'd be an interplanetary starship commander with an eye for appropriate colors --
First off, my opponent can't possibly deny that without me, he'd be nuts --
Object of the game is so hit Mike with blank DVDs --
I call the Starbucks! I call the Starbucks! --
Interview: Sam Harrison --
Par 3 ninth hole keeps going to the copier --
I've got two in the front row by the projector, who want's 'em? --
Treasure lies hidden beneath a spout of Bavarian hops --
Surprise! There really is a killer behind the door! --
Let's go down to the "slaughter your own meal" buffet tonight --
Are you going to be a cheapskate on this project, too? --
This patch makes the office coffee taste like Starbucks --
I call it "rubber band notepad ball" --
Interview: Jenn and Ken Visocky O'Grady --
My quarter starts with a potpie crust --
Madison Avenue medicine show --
Better mousetrap --
Then David pulled up his shorts and went home --
I couldn't find enough things to spell "throngs of adoring fans" --
Interview: Debbie Millman --
Fuh-get-uh-bowdit --
How did you dislodge Caitlyn from the copier machine --
First, you climb Brian's office wall, then you take the rope swing to Glen's cube --
I'll start with client sarcasm, and then I'll have the presentation, medium rare --
It's a grape-juice shopping cart pushed by a one-legged meerkat --
This is designywood-everybahdy's got a dream --
Can you tilt the flat screen down, I need to check my transfer timing --
Extra! Extra! Read all about Joe breaking the inkjet! --
Robbie's area is the sit-up barn for the next thirty minutes --
Printer will only print in red tomorrow --
Where's that squashed bug? --
Two bucks for stuck-up duck wins by a break! --
I used a skeleton key, you used a door --
Interview: Lisa Duty --
Create a code book --
Index of exercises by number --
Contributors.
Responsibility: Stefan Mumaw & Wendy Lee Oldfield.

Abstract:

From the Publisher: Brainstorming. In your office, your school or your group, it may have already become a bad word. You're charged with generating a great idea?-the next big thing?-the perfect concept. But you only have a limited amount of time, and you have to do it with your whole team. There's great pressure to come up with something outstanding. Working with a team can be difficult, and generating viable ideas with a team can be even harder. But a solution is at hand! Caffeine for the Creative Team is the only tool you need to encourage successful brainstorming. This collection of short, focused creative exercises is just the boost you need get your team's collective brain working. Inside, you'll find: All new exercises. As a companion to Caffeine for the Creative Mind, this book's exercises are targeted to teams. Each exercise is labeled for the appropriate sized group: two people, three people or four or more. Powerful tools. The exercises will call on everyone in the group to think differently, leading to fresh insights. This collection is sure to get your team thinking in new ways. Interviews with real designers. There are also interviews with some of the brightest creative leaders in the industry who have first-hand experience with brainstorming in teams. Each one shares valuable insights and team brainstorming techniques. Caffeine for the Creative Team offers a solution to those dry, boring, unproductive brainstorm sessions you might be used to. Crack it open and start innovating today.

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