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On the Job: Advice & Tips for Designers
There are many joys of being a thriving freelancer, like choosing your projects and deciding when and where you work. But there are perpetual challenges, too, like managing client requests when you’re swamped or simply need time to decompress. Often, …
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.
Is your fear of words hindering you from taking designs to the next level? Conquer it with these 10 strategies that’ll explain the relationship of words and design.
Are you feeling restless in your graphic design career? Wanting to move up the proverbial ladder, but not sure how? Here are 8 solid ways to propel your career forward in the New Year.
It’s not uncommon for creative professionals to embrace a “work hard, play hard” mentality. But some people take it to extremes—particularly at the annual office holiday party. Here are some tips to help you put your best foot forward.
In a widespread survey, in-house industry creative leaders were asked to share feedback related to challenges and goals that they face. See the full survey and connect with tools that can be your greatest ally when asking for more resources.
Here we address the finer points of successful negotiation tactics, some do’s and don’ts, and some good sources for research before jumping into your next workplace negotiation.
By overcoming your career-related “gremlins,” you’ll have more on-the-job treats than tricks to look forward to in the year ahead.
Don’t let a careless e-mail mistake cost you your job. Check out these 6 tips before hitting send on your next e-mail.