Looking to change things up this year? Getting an in-house design gig could be just what you need. Jason Tselentis explores what it takes to get into in-house.
Setting goals for the year? Make HOW Design Live 2015 one of your priorities. HOW delivers everything you need to pursue a fulfilling, successful career in-house—in one essential event. photo from Shutterstock During the past holiday season, a time when football, hockey, friends, family and snow angels converge, a personal workload could rival the...
A few years ago, I hired (and continue to consult with) professional organizer and owner of Organize for Success Emily Parks to advise me on ways to become more productive and efficient. This month, Emily will share more insights shared with me in one of our recent one-on-one sessions. Enjoy! Ed: Happy New Year,...
In the 3rd installment of his series on what a case study can do for your in-house design team, Jason Tselentis explores how to wrap it all up—and why it helps.
Get tips from an in-house expert on how to achieve the best design when reviews leave you feeling your designs have been lost in translation.
Dive into why case studies are useful exercises for you and your in-house team. What models and methods are best practices? Find out here.
Whether you're a devoted super fan or a potential fan, NPR marketing and communication's team is constantly working on ways to extend the brand to you. Check out some of the touchpoints they've created to fulfill this mission.
Creative pros aren't always the easiest to shop for. If you need a hand with your coworker gift-giving this year, this holiday gift guide has you covered.
Jason Tselentis explores the ways case studies can be used in-house operations to help designers discover patterns and identify strategies for success.
Learn how you can use a looser version of SCRUM, the agile methodology for computer programmers, software developers, and web or app developers, to organize your in-house team's projects, including print projects.