Your portfolio is finished so the hard part is over. Right? Learn from hiring managers and career gurus how to present your best creative portfolio with panache.
Job search tools have given way to the modern must-haves, according to The Creative Group. Following are the “ins” and “outs” of the job-hunting scene today.
Most employers hire substance over style, so consider the following ways to distinguish yourself from the crowd.
Following are some mistakes that can drive hiring managers a little crazy, especially when they need to find a talented designer quickly. Avoid these errors, and you’ll have an immediate advantage over the competition.
Aside from your portfolio, a well-crafted resume is a designer's most effective tool for landing an interview and, ultimately, a new job.
There are several common mistakes creative professionals make when assembling their portfolios. Following are the top five pitfalls and how to avoid them.
When storyboard and comic artist Shane Donahue shopped his book around Comic-Con recently, he recalled a number of great tips for artists showing their portfolios to prospective employers.
Following are some general examples of questions you should avoid, and some guidelines on what is usually appropriate to ask when interviewing a candidate.
Learn some tips from hiring managers and career gurus about ways to present your portfolio with panache.
When you're interviewing for a new job, how to make the best impression largely depends on who you are meeting with. Following are some tips to help you show your interviewers that you're the designer for the job.