Michael Connors, VP of Creative at Hornall Anderson, says the best work comes when clients give creatives the space to find solutions.
Here are several strategies for indie creatives to acclimate quickly to new workplaces and make strong lasting impressions.
The Creative Group sees salaries rising for creative professionals, including UX specialists, in 2016.
Advertising and marketing executives said they anticipate adding staff in the second half of 2015, up nine percent from one year ago.
It’s the start of a new year, and that means a surge in trendspotting. When it comes to careers and job placement, nobody does this better than The Creative Group. What do they see in the crystal ball form the interactive, design and marketing fields? The creative industry should see more hiring activity in the […]
In the GDUSA May Enewsletter, I acknowledged that I am a habitual and compulsive overworker. It may be too late for me, but surely it is not for you. The specific issue that triggered by comment was weekend work, but it fits into the much large context of trying to keep a balance in your […]
I have worked most weekends of my life. Sometimes it is motivated by practicality, and sometimes driven by sheer habit and compulsion. Sometimes it’s hard to separate the two but there it is — weekends in the office are my default position. Perhaps for this reason, I was drawn this week to a set of career […]
We’ve all had moments of frustration at work – some leading to hastily crafted emails or thoughtless tweets. The Creative Group has some online etiquette tips that can save you, your product or company from disaster. As the creative staffing agency notes, one flip comment in today’s digital world can go viral, quickly damaging a […]
According to a recent survey by TCG, one-third of advertising and marketing executives said the percentage of creative staff working remotely is higher than three years ago. If you telecommute, consider these five productivity tips: 1. Start strong. Get ready for the day as if you were heading to the office (i.e., shower, get dressed, eat breakfast). […]