If you haven’t heard of Yahoo's Maurice Woods, you should definitely get to know this in-house designer—a great leader who has designed a good life around service. Here, Ed Roberts interviews him about his work and the Inneract Project.
You do more than "make things look pretty." Neil Brown explains how to avoid "in-house irrelevance" through professional growth, so you can become an integral part of company processes.
In-house creatives: Get tips for forging productive working relationships with freelancers for better collaboration in the workplace.
Hey there, in-house designer, we know that you work hard on the design work for your corporation, association or organization. It’s time to show off your best creative work by entering the HOW’s inHOWse Design Awards by Monday, June 3rd. The deadline is soon, but let’s be real here: You have created some awesome...
Fast Company’s annual list touting the “100 Most Creative People in Business” is really a misnomer. Each selection notes a project or idea that helped elevate the person to inclusion on the list. I’ve yet to see one person single handedly create, develop, and implement any project or design. It’s a team. I’m certainly not...
Whether you’re currently working in-house, or pursuing a corporate gig, these trends are likely to impact your career.
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.
Ever dream of being an infographics designer? The science- and education-focused California Academy of Sciences is looking for an infographics designer in San Francisco. Click through to learn more and apply: The Infographics Designer works in the Creative Studio to create engaging visuals that transform scientific data and research into design for exhibits, print and screen. This...
Need a game plan for moving your in-house design career forward this year? Take the following 12 steps to help maximize your work potential. By making one new change each month, you can boost your career outlook—and add a little fun to your job!
HOW’s January issue celebrates two segments of the design field: professionals working in corporate creative departments, and up-and-coming designers who are just starting to make their mark.