The capacity to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, or entertaining ourselves and others. go to glossary index
The ability to bring new perspectives, new ideas and new solutions to a situation. This capability is frequently enhanced by group work such as brain storming. [D02588] RMW
The generation of ideas for new or improved working practices, products or services.
When talking about the Internet, creativity refers to the graphic design of a site. Among the numerous definitions of creativity we would like to point out the simple and precise one given in 1929 by the mathematician Henri Poincaré: ‘Creativity means putting together existing items through new, useful connections'.(from Wikipedia, free encyclopaedia)
Ability to see things in a new light, resulting in a novel product, the identification of a previously unrecognized problem, or the formulation of new and unusual solutions.
a form of problem solving that generates novel, socially valued solutions to problems. 319
creativity: ability to use one's imagination to develop new and original ideas or things. To bring an aspect of God into being: cause to exist. - One of the 72+ divine attributes of God.
Underlying driver for design and innovation. After attributing creative ability to divine inspiration, serendipity, lateral thinking, cognitive process or personality, most people have now come to accept that everyone can be creative. However, how easy it is for people to be creative, and how radical the ideas they generate are will vary.
is the ability to produce something new, to generate unique approaches and solutions to issues or problems or opportunities.
The production of novel and useful ideas. [11
A complex mental process that is very difficult to define or measure. Creativity is more than the ability to draw well as many people believe. It involves putting together new, different, and unique ideas. It is found in all children to a certain degree. Creative thinking can be used in all content areas, not just art. Some of the experts in the field include J.W. Getzels, P. Jackson, J.P.Guilford, E. Paul Torrance, and Frank Williams.
The belief system which holds that one possesses the ability to bring into existence new, novel and imaginative forms, as if out of nothingness. Behind this belief is the observable fact that visual forms evolve out of disciplined thinking processes. In art, these individuals have both this belief system and a preference for thinking is visual forms rather than words.
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The ability to use imagination, intellect, and artistic talent to invent new things, innovate existing resources, or solve problems.
The ability to think or create using your imagination, typically characterized by originality and expressiveness.
the ability to bring something new into existence.
To be innovative. To create new and better ways of doing things.
The production of previously non-existent information. All new items of information are based on preceding ones, and they are "new" because they restructure the preceding items and/or insert foreign informational elements ("noises") into them.
1. Having the ability or power to create: Human beings are creative animals. 2. Productive; creating. 3. Characterized by originality and expressiveness;
Generates and/or recognises how best practice and imaginative ideas can be applied to different situations
allowing Soul to flow through the 4 lower bodies manifesting as creative process in all its multitudinous forms. This energy is inspired and inspiring. When one experiences creativity, one is in the at-one-ment with Soul which is our Heart's yearning. This is a Soul quality. (see Soul qualities)
A human mental phenomenon based around the deployment of mental skills and/or conceptual tools, which, in turn, originate and develop innovation, inspiration, or insight.
Creativity (or creativeness) is a mental process involving the generation of new ideas or concepts, or new associations between existing ideas or concepts. From a scientific point of view, the products of creative thought (sometimes referred to as divergent thought) are usually considered to have both originality and appropriateness. An alternative, more everyday conception of creativity is that it is simply the act of making something new.
Creativity is a monthly magazine covering all things creative in advertising and design. The magazine, launched in 1986, provides a showcase of the best ideas across all areas of consumer culture, an exploration of the talent and techniques behind the work and insight on the people and the trends shaping brand creativity.