To design for an always-on society, a designer needs to connect with users differently—and millennial designers can teach us how.
Nasdaq's Director of UX, Aaron Irizarry, shares his journey from designer to design manager in this HOW Design Live Podcast. Listen here.
Rhonda Schaller shares with us how meditative practices help creative professionals in their career-planning.
In the not-so-recent past, creative professional job hopping was considered a negative from an employers’ standpoint. Today, it appears there’s more forgiveness. The creative market has evolved with the times.
From web designers to social media specialists, creative professionals looking for new challenges and design jobs have plenty of options.
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?
Avoiding these career mistakes will help you cultivate a successful and a happy career in the graphic design industry.
Here are four signs you’re in a dead-end job and tips for resigning with your reputation and relationships intact.
No matter where you are in your design career, you'll be inspired by HOW Design Live speaker Sean Adams, who recently made a major change.