In this question discussion with Clark Buckner, Aaron Draplin discusses the necessary hustle in the design industry, his advice for up-and-coming artists, how experience pays off in the long run, and why designers should pursue art as a hobby before going pro.
Getting feedback on your work takes time, so you need to make sure you’re making the most of it. Follow these guidelines and you’ll be well on your way to making the best use of design critiques.
After covering how to plan a website with user flow in mind in Part 2 of the series Clark Buckner of Technology Advice spoke with Astute Communications’ Anna Stout about creating a user acquisition funnel that results in more conversions and fewer lost leads.
In an interview with Carl Smith, Giovanni found out more about The Bureau of Digital Affairs and Carl’s work.
A design critique is something we, as designers, have to learn and experience to truly be effective at it. Here are some tips to get you started giving better feedback.
Giovanni talks with Rob Harr of Sparkbox about how he runs his company, how they’ve grown their team in a sustainable way, and how companies might head off the slings and arrows of a volatile client services business.