Amid changes in technology & content consumption, the NPR design team bridges digital & physical design to take in-house design to new levels.
Find out why Sagmeister & Walsh chooses to stay small despite plenty of opportunity to go big.
When it comes to showcasing your talent, seeing is often believing – and stills don’t always do the trick. Bring a little movie magic to your self-promotion strategy with these tips.
Video is all the rage right now, and rightfully so: More and more designers are using it as an effective self-promotional tool to advance their careers, whether they’re freelancing, looking for a job or running their own design firms. It’s one of the many mediums that falls under the “content marketing” trend, and...
These are the fall and winter design weeks you should have on your 2014 calendar (happening in a city near you), plus more events to keep on your radar for 2015.
Project management isn’t just for project managers. As these 5 commissions prove, there’s a lot the PM pros can teach designers about managing their own projects.
In this excerpt from his course on intellectual property rights, William Borchard explains the difference between inspiration and copyright infringement.
Jill Tanenbaum became a fused glass artist so she could get creative without client restrictions—then her hobby turned into a source of income.
There is an art and a science to pricing your services and to do it well, you have to have both! As a creative professional, the art part shouldn’t be a problem, right? I wrote about the “science” part in a HOW article published in the magazine and excerpted here. And I recently recorded the...
I suspect that at the start of your day, the first thing you do is reach for your phone. You might even do this before you get out of bed. From the moment your eyes open, the input begins. Email, Facebook, Twitter, texting, newsfeed—all pouring in like an electronic fire-hose aimed at your brain.