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In-House Design: Careers & Advice
The problem with project-management is that many organizations do not have a plan in place for who is going to bear the weight of keeping the team on track. Without accountability, the responsibility is often not appropriately handled or worse yet, ignored, which opens the door for more complex problems.
Sports Logo Design: It’s a tough field to be in as logos define the cultures surrounding America’s favorite pastime. These 10 sports logos represent fan favorites and big fouls. See the list.
We are in the thick of summer, but are you making time to enjoy it? These 3 tips can actually make you more productive and help you salvage your summer.
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.
At the 2013 InHOWse Managers Conference, keynote speaker Sam Harrison encouraged attendees to approach their work with courage, commitment and community.
Many people embark on professional journeys without any clear sense of their destination. That’s why you need a career map — a detailed plan that includes your long-term professional goals and action steps for achieving them.
Tom Tumbusch answers questions about how the CFC/InHOWse matchmaking with actual prospects will work and explains why you can’t afford to miss it.
Want to get ahead in your design career? Here are 5 tips for bringing your sense of humor into the office to diffuse creative tension and project overload.
Following are some tactics to help raise your visibility and gain clout at your organization.
Design Awards. Yeah, I know, I know. Mention that you received a design award to another designer and their eyes roll—followed by a sarcastic grin. It’s worse than name-dropping. But if you’re part of an in-house design department and you …