A traditional resume is a necessity - but adding a second, unexpected version that truly shows off your design prowess will help you stand out in the creative crowd.
The key to future-proofing your career as a digital creative is to be flexible and become a specialist generalist—a digital creative who can diversify.
Your portfolio is finished so the hard part is over. Right? Learn from hiring managers and career gurus how to present your best creative portfolio with panache.
Here are some signs that your job may be going nowhere fast and some tips on how to take control of your career.
Need to polish up your résumé design? The Creative Group takes a look at traditional and emerging graphic design résumé options.
Need a game plan for moving your in-house design career forward this year? Take the following 12 steps to help maximize your work potential. By making one new change each month, you can boost your career outlook—and add a little fun to your job!
Designers: Do you have an interview in your near future? Be ready for the questions that might be fired your way. The Creative Group has assembled questions you can expect hiring managers to ask.
All style and no substance is the No. 1 critique voiced by executives about creative portfolios, according to a a survey by The Creative Group. Find out how to build and present a a portfolio that demonstrates value to potential employers.
Most grads face a problem when applying for their first job: When you haven’t had a real job before, how do you demonstrate you have the necessary qualifications for an open position with your résumé?
To give yourself the best shot at landing a job, you must be able to present yourself and your qualifications confidently—yet carefully—to different types of hiring managers.