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April 5, 2021
Expert tips on how to make your portfolio stand out so your work can outshine your lack of experience.
November 12, 2019
One of the best ways to set you apart from other designers is winning awards. Whether you are looking to increase your industry recognition so that you can land better clients, or you're looking to get a visa or green card that only esteemed professionals with international awards qualify, you need to do research before submitting to awards to maximize your chances of winning.
November 11, 2019
As you build out your portfolio as a creative, you will start seeing freelance opportunities come in. Whether you choose to work full-time as a freelancer or picking up a few side gigs to supplement your main income, it's important to remember that not all freelance jobs are created equal. While some are great opportunities, others may be a waste of your time. How do you become a smarter freelancer? You can start by learning to turn down jobs with red flags.
November 11, 2019
When you are looking for a job, it is easy to get sucked into the vortex of mass application. After all, you want to maximize your chances of getting hired by putting yourself in front of as many companies as possible. However, have you ever considered the possibility that some jobs are not worth applying to?
May 28, 2019
Say that you studied accounting in college like your parents wanted you to because you can find a job with a finance degree anywhere. You got good grades, interned at one of the Big Four firms and got a job offer right before you graduate. Sounds like you're killing it at this whole career thing, right? Not if you're unhappy about what you're doing.
May 28, 2019
If you are a creative major in college, you probably want to take as few non-creative classes as possible because your grades in subjects like math and science in high school were somewhat of a disaster. Now you are in college and in complete control of your path, why bother with things that don't interest you?
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