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Confidence Building with Ilya

Building with Ilya

By Yaara Meet Ilya - a Brooklyn local Clixo Master Builder Meet Ilya Ilya is an 11 year old Clixo Master Builder who goes to fifth grade in Brooklyn, NY.A few months ago Ilya started visiti...

Clixo studio Clixo Classroom Pack - A Dive Into Our  Design Process

Clixo Classroom Pack - A Dive Into Our Design Process

Last month we launched our first Clixo Classroom Pack for group activities in educational settings. We are proud to share the evolution of the project from conceptualization to realization in a dis...

Activities Mobile Pack: Balance, Motion, and Play

Mobile Pack: Balance, Motion, and Play

Let it add a spark of creativity to any room and serve as a beautiful reminder to bring you back to playfulness. Watch it move throughout the day, by air currents, a person walking by, or perhaps a...

activities Tips For Stimulating Critical Thinking With Clixo

Tips For Stimulating Critical Thinking With Clixo

Critical thinking is not just a skill for the college lecture hall. Here's how to help build these skills in your children.

activities What Research Says About Encouraging Creativity At All Ages

What Research Says About Encouraging Creativity At All Ages

Creativity is one of the fundamental skills kids need to have as they grow and learn. It’s the foundation for problem-solving and innovation, and it can give them tremendous opportunities in their ...

activities Mental Health Day

Mental Health Day

Today marks World Mental Health Day, and for all of us surviving the pandemic we know it has been a true testament to our mental strength, especially for those with children. Does anyone remember t...

Building with Ilya

Building with Ilya

Confidence

By Yaara Meet Ilya - a Brooklyn local Clixo Master Builder Meet Ilya Ilya is an 11 year old Clixo Master Builder who goes to fifth grade in Brooklyn, NY.A few months ago Ilya started visiti...

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Clixo philosophy An open letter to lovers of instruction booklets

An open letter to lovers of instruction booklets

In it, Gail Cornwall, a writer who specializes in writing about education and parenting, traces the rising attack on children’s autonomy through increasingly controlling parenting models. She write...

Clixo philosophy Against the Current: Opening a COVID-safe, Creative Space

Against the Current: Opening a COVID-safe, Creative Space

Eight months in and with winter months looming ahead, parents all over the place (and especially in cities like New York, with notoriously little space), are scrambling to find ways to keep their f...

Clixo studio Why the Basic Building Block was Due for an Update

Why the Basic Building Block was Due for an Update

Our world used to be a lot more square. There are good reasons for this. Squares are easy to build with, and structurally sound. With the rise of industrialization and the possibility of mass produ...

Clixo philosophy How (some) limitations can be helpful

How (some) limitations can be helpful

Seemingly overnight our worlds shrunk from, well, the world, to small, contained spaces, sometimes no bigger than single room apartments. The pain of this transition is particularly acute for paren...

Clixo philosophy Don’t Store It, Use it!

Don’t Store It, Use it!

Our packaging is meant to be recycled, not re-used. Clixo is built to be in a constant state of iteration. It's self-storing, integrating with the world around it.

Clixo philosophy The Birth of Clixo

The Birth of Clixo

While the idea behind Clixo has been developing in me over the course of my career, it officially began to take form in 2017, as I watched design students get incredibly creative using only paper. ...

Clixo philosophy Play as the Antidote to Perfectionism

Play as the Antidote to Perfectionism

Perfection is a tricky one. It’s something that has interested me throughout the years, maybe because I myself suffered from perfectionism. I’ve learned how to deal with it in my work and my practi...

Activities Overcoming Creative Blocks

Overcoming Creative Blocks

One of my favorite things to do with a fresh set of design students is give them an assignment that’s impossible to google. For example, I’ll tell the group to come up with ten ways to move a cloud...