Paul Campillo

Paul Campillo

Storyteller, writer, editor and thinker at Typeform. We’re making things a little more human.

Got a good idea? Move it from minimum viable product to launch without losing your shirt. The steady rise of makers I just arrived home from Barcelona and was catching up with a friend (we’ll call him Lee). As we’re talking, I notice a roll of batteries wrapped in black electrical tape sitting upright on a chessboard. “What’s that?,” I… Read More →

Part I: Experience is everything The origin of imagination Around 70,000 years ago, Sapiens figuratively ate an apple from the Tree of Knowledge, and a mutation occurred that scientists still can’t explain to this day. According to Yuval Noah Harari, author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, between 70,000 and 30,000 years ago, new ways of thinking and communicating… Read More →