In the Loop: Nate Burgos
Friday, February 28, 2014 from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM (CST)
BROKEN: Navigating the Ups and Downs of the Circus called Work
BROKEN has been called a “must read for creative people” and “a primer on navigating the business world.” It is a book about working better. It was written to empower people with ways to deal with the challenges of the workplace that may be modern, but can also be manic.
From business owner Eleanor Mayrhofer, founder of e.m.papers: “BROKEN is out. How did we deal with clients/projects/teams before it!?!” From Liza Donnelly, cartoonist for The New Yorker, contributor to Forbes, and TED Speaker: “A useful book, BROKEN is full of common-sense advice for surviving the workplace.”
Nate Burgos is a designer for the Fortune 5,000,000 who strives to do thoughtful work. He runs Design Feast—his long-term project dedicated to creative culture—which writer, and Urbanism editor of Gizmodo, Alissa Walker described as “a resource that’s hard to put down once you’ve dug in.” He also wrote and self-published Scratch your niche: Fun and fulfillment in Web-based projects.