Jennifer Vano of R/GA contend that you can’t build a brand to last, a brand to positively influence business and people, a brand that’s multidimensional and that people trust and believe in, without Verbal Design.
Today, there are more options for new work arrangements – but also for friction. Paul Flaharty of Robert Half on how teams can successfully develop a flexible work model.
Part 3 of a series by Richard Shear of invōk brands that takes an evolutionary look at consumer search patterns and explains how designers can take advantage of it.
Joe Crump of Landor & Fitch on why brands must leverage technology – AR, QR codes, a Metaverse strategy, and more – to drive innovation, connect with their consumers and evolve their story.
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 of Robert Half explains why, while you can’t control the red hot hiring market, you can tailor your recruitment strategy to the current landscpae and make your firm attractive to talented candidates.
Alexis Du Mond Puchek, Executive Director of Design at frog, based out of Austin TX, on why it’s important for brands to prioritize experiential design (both in-person and virtually), even as lockdown restrictions lift.
Mary Lara on why designers need to break free from the false narrative that the more meetings you have, the more productive or valuable you are.
Extension to December 31 for a free demo and deep discounts on FunctionFox Systems’ industry leading time tracking and project management software for creative professionals.
Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group explains that savvy managers are turning to interim professionals or freelancers to support their full-time staff, allowing firms to maintain business-critical operations and remain flexible.
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.
Elle Morris, CEO of Snapdragon, a women-owned, minority-owned brand design consultancy, says design and designers must lead in the fight against systemic racism. Enlightened branding can help.
Your graphic design business success depends on creating a continuous pipeline of leads. Here are some tips for generating meaningful leads.
One good way to use your downtime is to take a critical look at the user experience (UX) of your own website. Here’s a quick checklist to get you started.
Matt Caldwell of Equator Design on how the Covid-19 crisis is affecting CPG brands, supermarket shelves, global supply chains, and more.
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.
Vermont College of Fine Arts is ‘The MFA That Graphic Designers Deserve’ according to design justice advocate and VCFA guest designer Jessica Bellamy.
LIVIN’ LLC came to QNY Creative to craft a memorable beauty brand focusing on its Ópalens luxury sunless tanner.
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?
A glimpse into what it is like to be a student at The Academy of Art University and its School of Motion Pictures & Television.
Jody Graff of Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design is a respected teacher and administrator, with a robust private practice. She is also one of a selected group of 2019 GDUSA Educators To Watch.
Janet Odgis’ reflections on what she learned from three of the most respected designers-teachers at Yale.
One Zero Charlie has created the brand and identity for Mom’s Perfect Toffee, an ode to a son’s love of his mother and her toffee-making secrets.
Pantone has introduced an expanded array of colors to the Pantone Matching System™ (PMS). The addition of 294 trend-relevant colors creates a library of over 2,100 colors.