2. Generally used by self-loathing (mostly graphic) designers. This species of worker is often generally in an in-house design department or a more corporate setting. More likely to be middle- or upper-management. These individuals are often compensating for the lack of commitment to their discipline, employer, or any real creativity in their specific job.
3. Can be utilized any number of professionals who's job are often seen as über right-brained (photographers, illustrators, art directors, etc.) or those wishing them to be portrayed more so (marketers, interns, mail room attendants) and less like a left-brained corporate drone.
-Removable battery. For when you need a new one.
-More than 5 minutes of battery life. For when you're away from your charger.
-Design that actually fits in your pocket. For when you need to go somewhere.
-Decent sound quality. For when the bus driver tunes into 96fm.
-Radio option. So you can catch the match.
-Colour scheme that doesn't make you look like a complete yuppie. For when you don't want your arse kicked for wasting stupid amounts of money on something that doesn't work.
Person with more than 6 braing cells: No, it's a Creative.
Teacher: Just be, uh, "creative", rush, im sure you will think of something...
A person who works in a creative industry, eg. Graphic Design or Advertising (the fun, arty, idea-sy bit not the corporate bullsh*t statistics-and-marketing bit). Does not refer to fine artists, who whilst creative, work for themselves not for clients...
Also may be pluralised as a collective reference to: Art Directors, Copywriters, Illustrators, stressed-out insomniac chronic doodlers, etc.
This (noun) obviously stems from the fact that these people are creative (adj)... but these sorts of job tend to take over your life so eventually they all turn from being creative to actually being A Creative. Well something like that...
Guy2: Oh, he's there every night, thats how a creative lives.