We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Brit Morin Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
Yeah, the majority of Brit+Co users are women, but DIY? You see kids DIY, adult men geeking out hardcore with anything related to woodworking and all these cool new technologies, metalwork, leatherworking, concrete making. Everyone has a passion. I truly believe it’s in our DNA literally to build things.
I’m literally online all day long, and if I don’t get back to everyone, I’ll stay up all night.
At Brit + Co, our mission is to unlock creativity, so we look for future employees that actively flex their creative muscles. The design of your resume is the first way to let me know more about your aesthetic.
Women today are wanting to work in the workforce but also come home and learn to bake cupcakes, to do calligraphy, to knit a blanket for their baby, to 3-D print something.
I want people to know me as a real person, that I struggle with the same things they do, that I had to teach myself how to get through life in efficient ways.
I really love laser-cutting. I do a lot of laser-cut jewelry and laser-etched stationery. I’ll even etch my food sometimes. You can download an image online and etch it onto a tortilla or a brownie. It’s so cool to meld the digital and analog worlds together.
Most brands want to see their products used in creative ways.
At Brit + Co , we’re always on the hunt for motivated, smart, and creative folks. And I must admit, we have received some pretty unique resumes.
I’m a supporter of female entrepreneurs. I don’t feel like a victim, and I try to not think of myself as one.
I’m extremely lucky that my passion – making and creating – is also my career.
I moved to San Francisco when I was 20 years old. I couldn’t even drink yet. My friends in college thought I was so stupid for missing out on the four best years of my life. But I was so ready to start living my own life and absorb Silicon Valley culture.
Brit + Co tries to help women understand that they are creative and give them all sorts of opportunities to try their hand at something creative. We want it to be as easy as possible to start. If that means you uploading a pattern to Spoon flower and make wallpaper, that’s great. You made it!
For my grandmother’s generation, the big invention was cake mix; for our moms, it was the microwave, and for me, it’s the iPhone. And that’s enabled us to do so many different things more efficiently at home.
Our generation grew up with technology. It evolved as we grew up. This new generation has had it since they were babies. That’s crazy. It fundamentally changes they way they understand and think about technology. They’ve never known life without it, whereas we knew life without the Internet.
By the time I was a senior in high school, I knew I wanted to move to Silicon Valley and learn more about computers and the Internet. I just fell in love with technology and the potential of everything the Internet had to offer.
To me, age doesn’t make a difference in terms of how playful or fun life can be.
Don’t let a lack of big company names on your resume get you down, but also, don’t let it feed a Silicon Valley ego. Oftentimes, the best candidates come from startups or smaller companies. It shows they are open to risk and can keep up with the long hours and occasional harsh demands.
I was extremely curious growing up. I taught myself how to sew, French braid, and cook. When I wasn’t creating things with my hands, I was learning more about tech. I was experimenting with email at nine, had my first cell phone at 13, and was truly obsessed with the Internet as a teenager.
Really take the time to focus on finding your voice and making sure that whatever you’re creating is of high quality and is useful for people in their everyday lives.
Because of the nature of my brand, it’s so important our readers know it really is me behind my keyboard.
I left Google after four years of working on Google Maps, search, and Google TV as a product marketing manager. I knew I wanted to do something on my own.
I had a hundred things I wanted to be, but when I was 13, I wanted to be an inventor. I wanted to improve the blow-dryer because it takes so long to blow-dry your hair, and it’s just a waste of time. I wanted to invent the therm-alarm, which would have you throw your sheets off in the night when you got too hot.
Society is still adapting to women being CEOs and professionals rather than homemakers. Because of this, the unfortunate outcome is that we feel we have to be successful at both – in the office and in the home. Striking that balance is different for everyone.
The Apple mentality is really about creating focus, quality and a voice that people understand and can relate to.
There is a lack of female venture capitalists, and so there are fewer female-oriented businesses getting funded. Intel has done a good job of creating a message across Intel, and they are putting their money where their mouth is.