A well-presented and professional portfolio is a key tool for any creative graduate.
In certain areas of design, such as visual communication or industrial/product design, the potential employer or client prefers to see a digital portfolio. However, in others, and depending on the opportunity offered, people do like to see the 3D tactile nature of hand drawing or materials and to handle actual products, if possible. Read more
You’ve done it. You’ve created an engaging promotional video which really showcases your product and brand personality. Where’s the best place to publish your video? Hayley Dixon Marketing Executive at vzaar tells you how to be proactive and get your product noticed. Read more
This article gives you an understanding of what a trademark is, what it does, what kinds of trademarks can be registered, how to do this and the extent of its protection worldwide. Read more
Our Q&A with Rory Dodd of Designersblock explains how a recent graduate can find the exhibition that’s right for them, the questions to ask the organisers, how to prepare for the event and how to deal with buyers, the press and the general public. Read more
There are lots of websites and video clips now freely available, offering excellent information about how to handle an interview and nail that all important job. Design education expect Joyce Thornton offers the following tips. Read more