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 […]
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.
Being a designer can be massively rewarding – professionally and personally. It’s a rare profession where your work has the potential to be seen and used by millions of people. The financial perks aren’t half bad either – good designers are among the best paid professionals these days.
Maybe you’re completely new to design. Or maybe you have posters of Jony Ive and Saul Bass in your bedroom. Regardless of where you stand in your design journey, this guide will give you a roadmap to building a design career.