As Duffy & Partners celebrates 30 years in the design business, founder Joe Duffy shares some of his secrets to finding success in this "crazy business."
When you're looking for a new gig, don't overlook the importance of having your references in order. Here, TCG lays out best practices for identifying and preparing your job references.
Negotiating your next graphic design salary is no easy task. Get the questions to ask before, during and after to maximize your earning potential.
Too bad there’s not a handbook for making the shift from design student to design professional. To make that transition easier, Doug Bartow, principal of ID29 offers his advice. The list below appeared in the January 2011 issue of HOW along with a limited edition poster designed by id29. Interacting with students and young...
In this excerpt from his course on intellectual property rights, William Borchard explains the difference between inspiration and copyright infringement.
Career experts at The Creative Group and AIGA surveyed 750 creative professionals to find out what the forward-thinking, creatives of the future look like.
Do you find networking to be a nightmare? Scott Kirkwood shares how he learned how to network and 8 tips to help you get out there.
Are you dealing with a problem client right now?You know the ones I mean…they have unrealistic expectations and unreasonable deadlines. Or they are high maintenance drama queens overreacting about a tiny detail.If so, you’re not alone.We all have them!The thing to remember is that they are not bad people. They’re often under a...
You’re ready for the next step—a promotion, a new title, or a new employee to take under your wing—and the salary bump that accompanies that career growth. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when it’s time to lobby your supervisor for the reward you’ve earned.
Scott Kirkwood reviews the new book by Phil Cleaver, "What They Didn't Teach You in Design School."