Real Art and You: Let’s Get to Work. Together.
Real Art is a creative agency that’s on the hunt for bold, forward-thinking clients who share our dreams to build big. Sound familiar? Read more
Art Can Wait: The Frank Ocean Complex
Designer Geoff Stump dishes on the exhilarating (and exhausting) saga that led up to Frank Ocean's Blonde Read more
UX Research: Getting Started
Defining the issues can be a research project in itself. So where to begin?
The Digital Revolution Already Happened
How can companies embrace the new order?
VR: Touring New Digital Landscapes
A look at initiatives in gaming, art, science, journalism, and more Read more
Soul Work: The Power of the Passion Project
Real Arters talk about the importance of pursuing personal work.
Tech and Social Responsibility
What does the new pace of innovation mean for companies who care?
Creativity and Discomfort
Halloween dates back to an ancient Celtic festival that has some interesting implications for creativity.
How Prizes Drive Innovation
From ancient Olympic races to today’s Air Force Prize, prestigious competitions have the power to spur human effort and catapult accomplishment beyond the realm of the ordinary. Read more
How do you know when it’s good?
Real Arters weigh-in on the art of recognizing a good thing Read more
Code and Legos and Math, Oh My!
How education tools are evolving to create a cohort of citizen-engineers Read more
Fiction Gets Real: Cosplay
Real Art's in-house cosplay expert and front-end developer, Shelby White, talks about the magic and maker-skills of this remarkable, imaginative practice. Read more
For the Love of Letterpress
Why one Real Arter has committed to keeping an arcane printing technique alive. Read more
The Rebirth of Transitional Interfaces
How motion and animation are about to permeate our digital interactions (again). Read more
The Office Exchange Program
We’re sending Dayton-based staff to mix it up with other offices. The benefits are surprisingly powerful. Read more
Should Everyone Learn To Code?
Real Arters respond to a key conundrum of modern day computing. Read more