From BaseCamp to Quickbooks, here's the scoop on 10 online tools to keep your virtual team running smoothly.
HOW's November 2014 Creative Business Issue delves into the business of design and spotlights the new ways of working that many creatives are experiencing.
In this interview with Tom & Makeshift Society Brooklyn cofounder Bryan Boyer, we learn about what separates Makeshift Society from other co-working spaces.
You've accepted a new job, but your boss has extended a counteroffer. What do you do now? This infographic may help you decide.
Video is all the rage right now, and rightfully so: More and more designers are using it as an effective self-promotional tool to advance their careers, whether they’re freelancing, looking for a job or running their own design firms. It’s one of the many mediums that falls under the “content marketing” trend, and...
Digital design is all about experimentation. Find out why a trial-and-error approach is critical to producing your most compelling interactive design yet.
What are some crazy things clients say? John Foster has collected a variety of responses, covering everything from payment to odd Photoshopping requests.
Take a look at what happened when comic book artist Ryan Browne took on the cover of HOW's September 2014 issue.
Jill Tanenbaum became a fused glass artist so she could get creative without client restrictions—then her hobby turned into a source of income.
There’s nothing new about a designer expanding her creativity to the food realm—but this team took it to the next level with their boutique dinner parties.