Supercreative builds tiny digital tools for creatives. Founded in 2020 by Ben Issen, we’re a small team in Paris filming our journey and challenges on Youtube. Learn more about Supercreative in this simple /about page.
“I started Supercreative to help my mom, a freelance designer, live a more fulfilled creative life. After some success, like the Notion Pack or the Hyper freelance model, we stumbled on more challenges to solve for creatives. We now collaborate with artists and builders to bring great digital products to the world. If you’re one of them, let’s chat.”
Ben delivers tremendous value@mariepoulin
with Supercreative, I love it.
Every tool, every video, every project shared on Supercreative is amazing.@lucdid
I feel good when I'm here, this@rosa
is a place to learn and create.
Are you hiring?
We are. Check out the roles we're looking for on Angelist.
Can we collaborate?
Yes! Send us an email or tweet with your project idea.
What is your refund policy?
For digital products, no refunds. For physical products, contact us by email.
Do you offer discounts?
Sometimes. We inform our email list (once a month) when we do.
Do you do affiliation deals?
Yes, with people and brands we like.
Can I copy your work?
No. But you can credit when you're inspired. For instance, this page was inspired by Fabrizio, check him out.
Does Supercreative store my credit card information?
We use Stripe, a third-party platform, to process and manage payments.
What if I need help with one of your products?
We're always available by email and on Twitter to help if you have any issue.
It all starts with an idea. But our mind goes blank, we lack imagination, so we wait for inspiration to strike. We shouldn't wait, creativity can be orchestrated. By noticing, capturing and remixing ideas systematically, we can generate new ideas infinitely.
We're lazy, we don't have time, we lose interest. We never finish anything. But we can create consistently when we have an objective, accountability and deadlines. No, your next creation will not be a hit, so just focus on quantity. And slowly, creating will become a habit.
When we're brave enough to finally share our work, we feel judged, out of place, an annoyance. This vulnerability keeps us from posting anything. But we have to overcome this fear, publish, get useful feedback, refine our vibe, and keep our head on the work, because that's how we grow.
Being paid for our creative work is exhilarating, but seems impossible at first. Pricing? Taxes? Talking to clients? Diversifying our income? Yuck, help me out! But money allows us to keep creating. And as we grow as professionals, we have to learn how to balance the time creating for others and time creating for ourselves.
It seems to be working well for us: we create, we earn a living, and yet, deep inside us, we're stressed. Not enough time to think, to keep up with our schedule, to pursue all our projects. Is our passion fading? Ultimately, we have to master our time and focus on the initial conditions of our self-sustaining creative system.