If you've missed any of my Q&As in the Creative Freelancer Business Conference Speaker Podcast series, here's where you can find all 7 of them.
Some companies are reassessing their work-from-home policies, but you can make it work for you. Use these five tips for telecommuting. When you think of telecommuting, you might picture yourself padding downstairs to your home office in your PJs, sipping freshly brewed coffee from your favorite mug. You envision peacefully tending to your projects...
Admit it: You're curious to know how your paycheck compares to those of your design colleagues in similar positions. HOW's 2014 Design Salary Report will have all the answers, but we need your help!
As you welcome the bold embrace of the New Year, you may be contemplating change; not just in the months to come, but well into the future. Are you currently working in-house and thinking about opening an agency of your own? Before you quit your job, wait! You should have a solid strategy in...
From Planter’s Peanuts to Caterpillar, consumers connect with brands that have personalities they respect. Learn how to build a brand with the right kind of character with this excerpt from Building Better Brands. When you know who you are, it becomes far easier to make decisions—about everything. That’s true for people and brands. Should...
If you’re the only graphic designer at your organization, you encounter unique challenges. Here are some tips for the solo artists out there.
As an in-house manager, you might find that it’s tough to determine the best fit for your team in a few brief meetings. Learn how to manage creative team dynamics with this new in-house tutorial.
Wondering where to draw the line on intellectual property rights? Find out how to protect your design work and how to not infringe on the intellectual property rights of others.
Assembling a top-notch in-house design team is no easy task. But experienced creative team leader Ed Roberts breaks it down into 3 crucial steps that you can follow to transform your organization.
A tax expert says to the creatively self-employed that this may be the year to file for an extension. She outlines tax-savings ideas by doing so and tips for taking advantage of the extra time.