This year our holiday greeting focused on New Year’s Resolutions (Or New Yeh Resolutions as we have begun calling them around the office, of course devolving into thick New Yohk accents…) Of course, mindful self-improvement isn't everyone's favorite part of the New Year, but even thinking about what you'd like to change can set you on the path towards a better day-to-day.
One of my favorite instances of a new years resolution was that of a close friend of mine who resolved to read a book a week a few years ago. A voracious reader (and at the time, an English major) she not only pulled it off, but upped the ante the next year, reading a book a week in addition to all the books she read for her regular course load. Even if she hadn’t achieved it, just by trying she still would’ve read far more than in a standard year.
So we thought we’d put the question out to the entire design community. What are you planning on improving and changing in the coming year? We’d love to hear from you! Write/Sketch/Photograph/Model (heck render a 3-D representation if you’re feeling especially ambitious) your 2012 plans. We know you all are visual people, so use whatever medium fits the task best and then tweet it @yehID #NewYehRes From the incidental to the revolutionary we want to hear what you’re going to do to make 2012 the end-all and be-all (figuratively, of course)
To get the flow started a few members of our team have done their own resolution documentation. Our Masterpieces? Not necessarily, but we will be keeping them in the office as a tangible record of our 2012 ambitions.
Now its your turn! Print out our template below and visualize your own New Years Resolution. Put it up in a great place as a constant reminder of what you want to achieve. And don't for get to tweet us! @yehID #NewYehRes