Diane Domeyer, executive director of the creative and marketing practice at Robert Half, with insights on how creative leaders can help their team thrive by embracing a culture of continuous learning that sparks innovation, agility, problem solving, and more.
There is new research from The Creative Group and AIGA suggesting that one in two creatives could be looking for a new job within the next 12 months. Here are several matters to consider before starting your search.
Where do you want to be in five years? Professional advice for young graphic designers as they start their “career journey” from Diane Domeyer, Executive Director, The Creative Group.
The One Club for Creativity is doubling the scope of its ONE School free portfolio program for Black creatives with expansion to Chicago and Atlanta; existing programs are in New York and Los Angeles.
Insights from Diane Domeyer and The Creative Group 2021 Salary Guide on how the pandemic has changed forever the business and employment landscape – including the recruitment and onboarding of creative professionals.
Creatives are more motivated than ever to work at an organization that values its staff. Here are thoughts from The Creative Group’s Diane Domeyer on building an attractive workplace culture.
Job-hunting is tough, but especially with the effects of a global pandemic still hanging over the business world. Here are ten tips from Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group that can help
Here are some thoughts from Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group on helping your remote team stay creative, inspired and connected.
Diane Domeyer, Executive Director, The Creative Group, on four sticky situations that may arise from telecommuting – and how to deal with them.
Legendary designer Thomas Hull, of Rigsby Hull and a professor at SCAD, on the need to pivot, jam or riff in these times of unpredictability.
In today’s tight job market, it can be difficult to hold on to your top talent; here are 7 benefits and perks that can add to your retention strategy.
The Creative Group Executive Director Diane Domeyer on what’s hot and what’s not for job seekers, employees and employers.
Is your agency or creative department a bit too cutthroat for comfort? What can you do when a fellow employee tries to step on you in their climb to the top?
Open salary policies are catching on. But before revealing your personal pay details or asking others about theirs, here are some do’s and don’ts.
Tonian Irving, a Senior Producer at experience design agency HUSH, on why a life lived outside design can make you a better designer.
Thoughts on a new type of labor platform that encourages diversity, equal opportunity as well as giving designers a way to earn more stable and predictable income.
That unicorn you’re looking for probably doesn’t exist. So says Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group, who advises an open mind and a flexible approach.
Achieving financial stability, taking care of your team, and delivering consistently meaningful work is not easy. Here are four principles for values-led design firms to succeed.
Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group specialized staffing service on why your company’s efforts at diversity and inclusion are beneficial for society at large but also for your own brand and reputation.
Here are eight (8) signs for graphic designers that you may need additional training. If you recognize these symptoms, heading back to Shillington for upskilling could very well be the cure.
The fate of your graphic design career will depend as much on non-design skills as it will on your graphic design expertise.
President Wallace sees imagination as the “pathway to successful, sustainable careers” in this look at what is new, and what is fundamental, in design education.
Academy of Art University graphic design student Celina Oh has used her talents to rebrand Five Keys educational non-profit and earn an internship at San Francisco’s White Space design firm.
Consider the next time you do something big – a project, an adventure, a challenge – taking time off after it’s completed. And here’s the kicker, don’t feel guilty for doing it because it’s an investment in future creativity.
Gig workers are here to stay. Learn how to make the most of freelancers’ talents and you’ll increase the caliber and productivity of your creative team.