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January 2012 HOW Magazine
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!
Oops! These In-HOWse Design Awards Merit winners were not represented accurately in the January 2012 issue of HOW (download the winners). The below correction ran in the March 2012 issue of HOW. We apologize to Seventh Generation and Wells Fargo …
The winning entry—a total identity refresh for The Prism Awards, an international competition that recognizes innovation in photonics—shows that in-house designers are in a unique position to generate big buzz for their companies.
After evaluating countless portfolios and projects, the editors of HOW selected a group of 16 highly talented emerging creative professionals who are poised to make a difference in the visual landscape.
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.
HOW’s January issue celebrates two segments of the design field: professionals working in corporate creative departments, and up-and-coming designers who are just starting to make their mark.
Every year we keep our eyes peeled for young, talented designer, illustrators and photographer. These are the next generation of our industry, and you saw them here first!
Designer Ty Mattson, creator of the LOST poster series, found similar inspiration in Showtime’s Dexter. The poster designs he created went viral and attracted big buzz. So much that Mattson found himself rubbing elbows with Michael C. Hall.