Are you an introvert or extrovert? Do you work best alone or in a group? Your personality traits and personality type might say something about your creative personality, and how you approach your design work. It might also say something about the kind of leader you are—or the kind of leader you could be.
Getting your dream graphic design career in the sports industry won’t come easy, but fortunately for you three of the top creatives in sports have offered up personal advice on getting prepared and getting noticed.
Still don't have the job you really want? The problem may be your portfolio. Tobias van Schneider, co-founder of Semplice, shares what could be wrong—and how to make it better.
Recruiters—like creatives—can be misunderstood sometimes. Let’s look at 6 common myths about staffing agencies & bring a little clarity to the matter.
Adobe's VP of design discusses a recent challenge they faced and makes a case for why designers should adopt a business-minded approach.
If you're an in house designer, you should definitely read these very serious reasons why you should enter the HOW In-House Design Awards by 5/5/2017.
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?