If you design menus, how do you create a piece that can entice patrons and help your client’s sales?
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). […]
Guest Blog Post by The Creative Group One of the greatest challenges facing recent grads as they seek their first full-time design job is a lack of professional experience. How can you get a foot in the door with prospective employers if they seek candidates with previous experience? An internship can be an effective way […]
Guest Post by Matt Cokeley Tomorrow’s experts in mobile app design will be those with the early interest, energy and courage to experiment today, however, there is some trepidation in most areas of our design community on how to best approach this new beast without being bitten. As Creative Director for Mag+, I hear about […]
Paul Flaharty of Robert Half on how to ace an internal transfer, be it a move to a new department or managerial position. Paul is executive director of the marketing and creative practice at the global talent solutions firm.
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.
LogoLounge 2021: Chains
For 2021, GDUSA’s annual top students to watch, selected with the help of leading art and design schools and programs.
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.
Francesca Marano, Wordpress Community Manager at SiteGround, busts common WordPress design and functionality myths.
We’ll explore what a high-quality website really means, as well as what you can do to apply that to your own online presence.
Here are some thoughts from Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group on helping your remote team stay creative, inspired and connected.
Joe Violante of CBX on how to stay creative – and reconnect with your creative joy – during the coronavirus shelter-in-place.
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.
Thinking ahead is one of the best things you can do to effectively and efficiently hire. But you also need to think ahead when retaining your staff.
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?
Neenah has just launched the first-ever paper extension for Adobe ® Illustrator ®. It is intended to make it easy for creatives to envision their work on the papers they will print on.
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.
In the grand tradition of refinement, designers continue to boil down the essence of flight beyond the fluid beauty of a set of feathered wings. Stripping back the essence even further to the point that aerodynamics don’t vaguely register as an afterthought. As impeccably bereft as these marks are of any semblance of flight, I […]
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.
The rugelach king of Harlem asked the design team at DATAGRAPHIC to create a beautiful box with a cross-cultural message. Two Neenah papers helped make it a reality.
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.
Clinging to the status quo is no way to take your organization to the next level. Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group on five ways to establish a culture where smart risk-taking trumps playing it safe.