Challenging to understand and even more complicated to define, the proper perspective on value creation is a critical function for the future creative.
Design professionals get all sorts of feedback from clients—helpful and otherwise. Here's why you should give creative feedback to clients too.
Maria Scileppi discusses how to make mistakes work to your advantage and tell a compelling story in your creative process.
Roberto Blake outlines helpful social media strategies for promoting your graphic design skills.
Curious about what fun, interesting & challenging things other in-house designers are dealing with? HOW goes behind the scenes with 5 teams.
Here at HOW, our goal is to provide graphic designers of all skill levels with the resources to sharpen their talent. We also aim to assist our readers in perfecting their resume. In 2014, we assembled 10 Eye-Catching Graphic Designer Resumes as inspiration for those who are on the job hunt. While still a...
A normal job interview is stressful enough. Now imagine pitching yourself to several art directors, marketing managers and graphic designers in a panel interview setting. Nervous? According to a survey by The Creative Group, a majority of executives (86 percent) said one-on-one interviews are the most effective. But panel interviews ranked second – ahead...
Illustrator Eric Nyffeler has been creating vibrant and joy-filled gig posters since 2009. Explore his work and his design philosophy.
Robin Landa encourages designers to try new techniques or processes. If you think you’ve messed up, mess up some more.
Managing feedback is one of the most challenging part of a creative’s workload. The egos, the subjective “I just don’t like it” comments, the vague requests for something “different”—it can leave your head swimming and your relationship with your boss or client in a tenuous spot. How can you avoid this potentially toxic situation?