There are several ways in which artists’ minds probably differ from those of ‘ordinary’ folks.
For one, artists tend to make more connections of facts than ordinary folks. This unique ability (and it varies between artists) is what makes the artists creative – and hence qualified to be termed as artists. We are making reference to genuine artists, of course.
Secondly, artists tend to be more predisposed towards melancholy, whereas ‘ordinary’ folks minds seem to be predisposed towards sanguine states.
Thirdly, artists tend to be more passionate, whereas ordinary folks seem to have limited passions. Once an artistic person gets started on something, it can be rather hard to get him to stop it (especially if it is a work of art).
Finally, artists tend to be have better senses of aesthetics than ordinary folks. An artist landing on the Ymail sign in page or the Ymail sign up page is likely to start already trying to figure out ways of customizing its look, and making it more beautiful. On the other hand, an ‘ordinary’ person accessing the same Yahoo Mail (Ymail.com) pages is likely to be more concerned with the pages’ functionalities (whether they do what they are meant to do), rather than being concerned with the pages’ appearances.