These 5 tips from the creative group will help you keep your design team fresh, focused and happy.
In the realm of design project management tools, a new player has entered the field, promising to make your tasks flow smoother than ever.
Mixing business with pleasure can be a tricky task. But, if done right, it can strengthen the ties that bind your creative team. In a recent survey by The Creative Group, 400 U.S. advertising and marketing executives were asked to share the most unusual team-building activity they’ve ever participated in. Some of the wackier...
Check out these stellar in-house design projects from the PRINT RDA, and enter the HOW In-House Design Awards!
Cleaning isn’t just for spring. Tidying your team’s processes and structure will help you not only prove your worth, but also allow you—and your team—to excel creatively.
In a follow-up to his post about finding an in-house design job, Jason Tselentis speaks with designers who have left in-house gigs for other opportunities.
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.
As an in-house designer, many of your coworkers don’t always understand what they do. And this might lead to a lot of frustration and misunderstandings about projects. With these tips from in-house design manager Scott Kirkwood, learn how you can educate your coworkers about design and your team.
The older I get, and the longer I work in the graphic design profession, the more I come to realize that “plum jobs”—those projects that one can only dream about—don’t come around every day. This may seem very obvious, but the further one gets from design school—where at times the only creative restriction on...
Ask yourself this question: How do you feed your creative belly? Finding creative inspiration, and then creating something out of nothing in the murky waters of business is a daily requirement for most corporate in-house teams. Ed Roberts looks at three books that have helped spark his creative fire.