Tag Archives: Andy Brenits

INspiration

INspiration Wednesday: Bob Gill

 “No matter how many times your amazing, absolutely brilliant work is rejected by the client, for whatever dopey, arbitrary reason, there is often another amazing, absolutely brilliant solution possible. Sometimes it’s even better.“ Bob Gill (b January 17, 1931), American illustrator and graphic designer. In 1960 after an interview in a New York hotel room for a job in London, he moved to...

In-House Business Startup Journal Part 7: Sell The Work, Not The Process

Any in-house creative services leader knows that process is important. From how clients initiate new projects, to how the team gets work done. It's a very important way to manage workflow, effectiveness, productivity, and frankly…order. If we have done our jobs well, things run smoothly for the most part. Clients are happy, designers are...

In-House Business Startup Journal Part 5: Planning the Rollout

Planning the Rollout By Andy Brenits, as originally seen on www.in-source.org After a couple months of planning, the time has come to institute the plans that I have been developing since the day I started. I’ve built some key relationships, assessed a few situations, identified needs, designed processes, and (I hope) built some trust....