In-house designer Darcy Hinrichs' 7 best tips for staying relevant at any age in the graphic design industry.
Discover how you can get through professional challenges by looking for strength in past personal triumphs.
A normal job interview is stressful enough. Now imagine pitching yourself to several art directors, marketing managers and graphic designers in a panel interview setting. Nervous? According to a survey by The Creative Group, a majority of executives (86 percent) said one-on-one interviews are the most effective. But panel interviews ranked second – ahead...
Managing feedback is one of the most challenging part of a creative’s workload. The egos, the subjective “I just don’t like it” comments, the vague requests for something “different”—it can leave your head swimming and your relationship with your boss or client in a tenuous spot. How can you avoid this potentially toxic situation?
Need help to fill the shoes of a team member on leave or to fix a computer problem outside the scope of your internal IT department? Follow these tips to find outside creative and technical talent to support your in-house team.
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.
If there’s one thing in-house managers know, it’s that change is constant. Be prepared to protect your staff & produce great work in spite of the inevitable
Here, Andy Epstein, author of "The Corporate Creative," offers a tongue-in-cheek list of ways to get fired in the hopes that you'll not try them.
Working in-house, you’re charged with serving up the same messages to the same audience using the same ingredients. These 7 design tips will help you cook up something fresh.