Travel is beneficial for designers
Who doesn’t love traveling? But as a designer, maybe it’s time to consider that travel isn’t only relaxing, it can also offer some significant benefits… Read More
You’ve lost your biggest client. Now what?
Losing your biggest client is downright terrifying, but it’s important to focus on how you’ll keep working. We all have different… Read More
How to fix bad design
It happens a lot—a client wants to update a very old flyer, brochure, or some other design. There’s bad kerning, widows, orphans, distorted logo, pixelated… Read More
How not to stress over printing your designs
Designing for the web is stressful enough, but there are those special projects that you want to take to the next level; a logo so… Read More
Interview questions designers should ask
Interviews are stressful. There are a lot of opinions about how to dress, what to bring, how you should present yourself, and what questions… Read More
Advice for you in-house designers out there
There are three routes to take for work as a designer: freelance, agency-life, and in-house. I’ve worked as an in-house graphic designer ranging from… Read More
Brand books, why are they so important?
A brand book is an instruction manual detailing a brand’s personality. Typically, it will outline the history, visuals, voice, and mission of the brand’s… Read More
Using online platforms for work as a freelancer
Finding freelance work is often all about who you know and can be difficult when you first begin. Every once in awhile, I see… Read More
When is a project too big for one person?
Let’s start by addressing the fact we all have a tendency to take on too much as creatives. I, for one, do this constantly… Read More