Learn from the Disney Imagineers

Creativity. Innovation. Success. That’s Disney Imagineering. It was the Imagineers who brought Walt Disney’s dreams to life. Now you can tap into the principles of Imagineering to make your personal and professional dreams come true.

Even if you’re not building a theme park, the Imagineering Pyramid can help you plan and achieve any creative goal. Lou Prosperi designed the pyramid from the essential building blocks of Disney Imagineering. He teaches you how to apply the pyramid to your next project, how to execute each step efficiently and creatively, and most important, how to succeed.

The Imagineering Pyramid is a revolutionary creative framework that anyone can use in their daily lives, whether at home or on the job. Prosperi shares with you:

Available on Amazon

“Capture your own bit of Disney Magic”

Five Star Review on Amazon By shammond42

I’ve always loved Disney World. The kid in me loves the rides and the adventures, the parent in me loves the memories and time with my kids. But the engineer in me loves the logistics that keep the place humming, and the details that make it come alive. I have often thought to capture that Disney magic in my own projects.

Now Mr. Prosperi has provided a guide for doing just that. This book walks us through the thought processes used by Imagineers to create their wonders. It shows us how to apply those ideas to several fields “outside the berm.” I was starting a large, new creative project when I first bought this book. I’ve been using the pyramid throughout the planning and now the building process. It has been invaluable, and I can’t wait for my big reveal.

If you are involved in any sort of creative endeavor, The Imagineering Pyramid will give you some new things to think about and a little bit of magic to help you along.

About the Author

Lou Prosperi spent 10 years working in the game industry as a freelance game designer and writer, as well as a product line developer at FASA Corporation, where he worked on the Earthdawn roleplaying game. After leaving FASA Corporation, Lou went to work as a technical writer and instructional designer and has been in that role for the last 15 years, writing user and technical documentation and training materials for enterprise software applications. He currently manages a small team of technical writers and curriculum developers for a small business unit of a large enterprise software company.


Lou has been interested in (or obsessed with, depending on who you ask) Disney parks since his first visit to Walt Disney World on his honeymoon in 1993. A self-described “student of Imagineering”, Lou has been collecting books about the Disney company, Disney parks, and Imagineering for the last 10+ years. Lou rarely passes up an opportunity to add new books to his Disney and Imagineering libraries, and is nearly always thinking about his next trip to Walt Disney World. He lives in Wakefield, Massachusetts, with his wife and children.

Connect with author on Twitter:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *