In design, nourishing your creativity is part of the game. Like flowers, once your creativity runs dry, your design will die. The question then how do you stay on top of the game and how to maintaining your creativities? In his new book, Analog In, Digital Out, Brendan Dawes gives us a personal tour into his daily creative-seeking journey. From riding the train to work everyday to listening to Thelonious Monk while working to observing how people travel whilst waiting for his flight departure, Brendan shares how these day-to-day experiences could feed his mind beyond what the web, books, and magazines within the field could offered. While the concept of searching for inspirations outside your circle isn’t new to me, what makes this book worth reading is how he actually puts these discoveries to work and continue to be inspired.