Hey grads. It’s a great time to pursue work in the design industry. Demand for creative talent is high—here are a few tips to find the perfect design job.
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"Inclusive design" is a simple idea: design things to be accessible and relevant to as many people as possible. It is a broad-reaching, foundational design principle applicable to everything from architecture to websites to content. Here's how and why you should start making your designs inclusive.
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Leading creative teams isn't easy, but there are some leadership tools you can use to ensure that you're on the right track.
Spring cleaning isn’t just about washing windows and clearing away cobwebs. Your design career also needs a thorough refresh every year so it’ll look its best—to recruiters, prospective clients and potential employers—in the months to come.
While there may be some pluses to accepting a current employer’s counter offer, you should take time to reflect on these seven potential pitfalls to determine whether it's a wise move for your creative career.
If you’re thinking about expanding your skill set or pursuing a new position, now may be a good time to get moving, according to the results of The Creative Group's latest hiring survey. Get all the details here.
Are you an introvert or extrovert? Do you work best alone or in a group? Your personality traits and personality type might say something about your creative personality, and how you approach your design work. It might also say something about the kind of leader you are—or the kind of leader you could be.
Getting your dream graphic design career in the sports industry won’t come easy, but fortunately for you three of the top creatives in sports have offered up personal advice on getting prepared and getting noticed.