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    Inventionland Partners With Jokari International

    Inventionland, our fantastical design facility, supports the innovations of corporations by providing designing, engineering, and packaging expertise for the development of new products and lines. I am proud to announce our partnership with Jokari International, with whom we’ve collaborated historically. For over 40 years, Jokari has assembled a successful line of unique household products and…

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    Resolutions for a Creative Year

    A new calendar year is an excellent opportunity to restructure, rebalance and reset. What creative breakthroughs, innovations, and victories did you reach in 2015? What would you like to accomplish in 2016? It’s important to survey progress and set both realistic and challenging goals for yourself. Here are a few techniques to stimulate creative energy…

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    Recognized by the O’Hara Twp Police Dept

    The brave members of the law enforcement community make sacrifices to serve and protect us. For this reason, I’m proud to honor and support the local officers who keep us safe. Chief of Police James Farringer, of the O’Hara Township Police Department, recently presented all of us at Davison Design & Development with a certificate…

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    Top Inventions of 2015

    There’s no doubt that 2015 was a year of progress and innovation in technology. From health to safety to luxury, big ideas are changing our status quo. Here are some new inventions that I’ll be keeping an eye on in the coming year. Nima by 6SensorLabs A large percentage of the population suffers from celiac…

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    Happy Holidays from Inventionland!

    We recently celebrated the season with our annual holiday party, held at our fantastical design facility, Inventionland. Employees and their families joined us for an evening of food and festive fun. Santa and Mrs. Claus even made an appearance, though they were on call for the night taking wish lists from the little ones. We warmed up…

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    Radical Thinkers: Big Ideas No One Wanted

    Big ideas challenge the status quo and threaten the fabric of “how we’ve always done it” and “the way it is.” For this reason, radical thinking is often met with skepticism, suspicion, and bold opposition. New perspectives and theories are critical to our development as a society, however, as the following pioneers have demonstrated throughout…

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    Sir Tim Berners-Lee: Inventor You Should Know

    We have Sir Tim Berners-Lee to thank for quite a lot. From search engines to social media, Berners-Lee’s invention has served as a powerful central platform for so many of today’s innovations. Berners-Lee is the inventor of the World Wide Web. He was born in England in 1955 to parents involved in the development of…

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    Engineering Cheer: Innovations of the Holidays

    The holiday season brings the reemergence of beloved familiar artifacts: festive treasures back from the basement, out of the holiday box in the attic, and in so many shop windows. Can you imagine the holidays without candy canes and tinsel? Take some time this season, as you enjoy a cup of cheer, to consider the…

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    Celebrating Walt Disney

    This weekend, the world will recognize and celebrate one of the most creative animators and entrepreneurs in history. Saturday, December 5th marks what would have been the 114th birthday of one of my own inspirational heroes, Walt Disney. The products of Disney’s innate desire to create, such as the iconic character Mickey Mouse, still elicit…

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    Brain Hygiene: 3 Tips to Take Care of Your Creativity

    Limit social media The average person spends nearly 2 hours per day browsing across 5 social media platforms. Users check notifications, curate and share content, and interact with one another. Many people rely on media-rich content platforms like Facebook and Twitter for global and local news, culture, and community. So, what’s the problem? For some,…