Being a designer is tough work. Not only do you have to master the creative side of things, you also have to develop a degree of business and marketing savvy. After all, as a designer, your products are meant to help businesses (and their users) live and work better. The intense competition in the design […]
Working at a digital agency is a fulfilling and challenging change from the typical office gig. It is a rapidly evolving segment of the digital industry, always adopting new technologies and new methodologies to give brands a cutting-edge service.
If you’ve decided that pursuing a digital agency job is the right move, you’ll need to learn the nuance of what a digital agency is and how best to navigate the murky waters of snagging yourself a job with one.
I’ll share some answers in this guide to digital agency jobs.
Hiring web designers can be a minefield, especially for inexperienced employers. You can’t always tell a great designer from a merely average one. And it can be even harder to tell real skills in a puffed up resume.
What steps can you take to spot great talent? Are there any warning signs you should look for when you hire a web designer?
I’ll share some answers in this post and help you zero in on the ideal candidates.
Landing a role at a prestigious agency can be incredibly challenging. There is immense competition and tough skill requirements for most top marketing agency jobs.
What can you do to compete against your peers? What can you do to stand out? What should you know before you start applying?
This guide will answer all these questions, and more.
How exactly should you go about hiring a graphic designer? What skills should you look for? How should you structure the hiring process? And finally, where should you post your job ads?
In this guide, we’ll answer your most important questions about hiring graphic designers. You’ll learn how to evaluate your own requirements and create a hiring process that gets you rockstar designers.
Two months after launching the Workamajobs blog, we have a new blog editor at the helm: Vicky Shoub.
We sat down with Vicky to share a few words about her background, her favorite designers, and her vision for the Workamajobs blog.
The world’s top agencies thrive on innovation and creativity. Land a role in one and you’ll rapidly accelerate your learning, pick up new skills, and work with some of the world’s biggest brands.
But how do you go about finding a job at a creative agency? What is the agency life like? What do top agencies look for in their creative hires?
I’ll answer these questions and more in this in-depth guide to landing your first creative agency job.
Remote jobs require a different approach than traditional gigs. Everything from your pitch to your positioning has to align with the unique requirements of a remote opportunity.
Plus, if you’re aiming to work at a top agency, you have to understand the dynamics of agency life and how a remote designer might fit into it.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to place your best foot forward and score that remote graphic design job you’ve always wanted.
You’ve finally found your footing as a freelance designer. You have a healthy client list, a growing set of skills, and a proven process for landing new leads.
All in all, things are good. Or at least good enough.
But what if you wanted to take things up a notch? What if “good enough” wasn’t enough?
This article is all about taking your freelance design career to the next level.
As many an experienced designer will tell you, landing your first job is one of the toughest parts of building a design career. The competition for entry-level jobs is intense and since you have no prior experience, standing out is hard.
To make things easier, here’s our guide on how to find your first design job.