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There’s so much you don’t know when you first start your own creative business, whether you dive in with a plan (or without) or are nudged by outside forces.
I recently attended a local panel discussion featuring both in-house team contributors and leaders from several major consumer retail and technology brands.
Become a Branding Expert—OnDemand Design Webcast Collection A couple of weeks ago, we brought you 14 of the best business cards in the biz, knowing we had only to reach out to designers and firms at the top of their game to get our hands on their business cards.
What do you think of when you look at the cover of HOW’s November 2014 Creative Business Issue? Maybe you identify with the designer in the treetops in that, as modern business evolves, you’ve carved out a space for yourself in which you can comfortably flourish.
A conversation with Rena Tom and Bryan Boyer of Makeshift Society If you read about Rena Tom in the November issue of HOW, you saw how committed the Makeshift Society founder is to helping creative entrepreneurs.
If it hasn’t happened to you, you’ve probably heard the stories: You accept a new job, and give notice to your current boss.
By Emily J. Potts Let’s face it, when most of us start our careers, we dream big, as in working at a big, fast-paced agency with high-profile clients, surrounded by other creatives.
Fear is an unavoidable part of the creative life, but too much of it can stifle your imagination. Discover how improv training can give you the courage to let go of your worries—and positively fuel your idea-sparking potential.
Some of the best inspiration can come from our fellow designers. Here at HOW, we take web design inspiration one step further with the HOW Interactive Design Conference series. It’s inspiration in over-drive, as we’re giving you access to the interactive designers and developers who’ll walk you through their successful web projects—from Google to Nike, Facebook and more.
Of all the applications in Adobe’s Creative Cloud, Photoshop is the one that touches the broadest range of creative professionals.
A good contact form can do so much more than get a prospect’s name and phone number. It can help determine if a client and project are a good fit—and reinforce your idealness for the job.
Let it be known, we found the king of poster design to judge your entries in this year’s HOW Poster Design Competition & Awards.
Being a designer these days requires a diverse and multidisciplinary skill set and unique design resources.
HOW Books and LogoLounge have joined forces to take this best-selling logo design book series to the next level.
I recently read Daniel Pink’s book Drive and liked the concept of the FedEx Day. So, I developed a similar concept for my in-house team and coined it our Creative Spa Day.
I can’t take credit for this idea but recently a neighbor of mine suggested I record some of the articles I’ve written over the years.
Locating “The Top 10 Websites for Designers” each month is no easy task. HOW art director Adam Ladd meticulously combs the internet in search of noteworthy websites that elicit an emotion, a double-take or lure him back.
Despite everything designers know about the web (or claim to know), plenty of them are still making the same unfortunate design choices.
When it comes to showcasing your talent, seeing is often believing – and stills don’t always do the trick.
Last year, we talked with TOMMYINK‘s creator Tommy Sheehan about his poster design inspiration. This week we’re loving his event poster design for the first annual Buckle Up Music Festival, a three-day music bash that took place in July along the Ohio River.