Ed Roberts and Emily Parks discuss how productivity tools, such as social media managers and task management tools, can increase your efficiency and free your time (and mind) to think -- and not remember.
Have you downloaded PhotoShelter’s latest guide yet? It’s called How to Market Your Photography –and it’s free! Whether you’re a photographer or some other type of creative professional, the tips in this guide will help you create a marketing plan, tackle SEO, blog better, succeed with social media, and take advantage of email marketing. And check out all...
USA Swimming asked Colle+McVoy to design a first-of-its-kind swimming campaign to inspire more kids to take up the sport and make it easier for them to do so.
Dropr.com's Cristian Petschen discusses creative platforms and how to make them work harder for you.
The Creative Group weighs in on how to "wow" your potential employers and clients with a killer digital portfolio.
A traditional resume is a necessity - but adding a second, unexpected version will help you stand out in the crowd. Use these resume tips.
I am often asked by clients which social media platforms designers and other creative professionals should spend their time and effort on. It’s not an easy answer because the question itself is the problem. The choice of which social media platform is not based on who’s providing the content but on who’s using or...
HOW's trusted career partner, The Creative Group, digs into the hottest social media channels of 2013—and what's most useful to the design community.
Content writer, Sara Lancaster, shares a few blog post ideas to keep creative professionals out of a blogging rut.
Damien Golden of iKANDEAdvertising.com shares social media secrets about the best times to post for each network.