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.
Copyright law is far from simple, or perfect. This is a subject that all creative people have a vested interest in. It’s time for all designers to learn more about protecting their rights.
Each green market has a unique character that requires its own design approach, and some will have more appeal for you than others. Here are a few to explore.
David C. Baker shares 48 tips on how to be a good manager to the members of your creative team. Making a difference is more than taking on a social issue, it's about managing your employees well.
If you dream about transitioning from a full-timer to a successful freelancer, start planning and preparing now. Take these 6 steps toward making your freelance dreams a reality.
Wondering what it would take to get to the next level in your design career? Check out real-world designers' answers.
How do you get (money and) impact in a client relationship, consistently, month after month? It doesn’t happen without some measure of control in the client relationship. If you’re an order-taker (that’s the opposite end of the spectrum), you’re not an expert, and your recommendations are not considered as seriously as they could be.
Want to get more clients? Check out this real-world client proposal, sample qualifying material, book excerpt and expert interview to learn how to find clients.
Today, it’s not uncommon for telecommuter team members to be spread out across the globe. Consider these tips for managing remote working relationships.