Category: Creative

Maximize Your Digital Video Budget

It’s no secret that digital video is one of most versatile and profitable marketing tools out there. But does this necessary asset need to break your budget?

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Remote Workers Need Work-Life Balance, Too!

Those who’ve had the opportunity to work from home know it comes with a unique set of challenges.

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One of your coworkers hates you, so now what?

As a creative professional, you love your job. Your role is challenging and rewarding, your office space bright and inspiring, and you couldn’t imagine working with a more compatible team.

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How Hiring a Prime Creative Team is Like Creating a Work of Art

If you’ve ever built a team of creatives from the ground up, you know there’s artistry involved in hiring the right people.

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What the Infinity Stones Can Teach Job Seekers

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War has supplanted Jurassic World as the biggest summer movie of all time.

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When Creatives and Marketers Collide

When describing the relationship between marketers and creatives, words like complicated, delicate, and strained often come to mind. These professionals work toward a common goal, but their approaches can be vastly different.

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Changing Careers to Graphic Design: Part 2

This post is a continuation from last week’s blog about the question of whether or not you should change your career or course of study to graphic design.

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Changing Careers to Graphic Design: Part 1

Changing careers can be scary. It will surely be stressful. It may even seem crazy. But it might be the right thing for you to do.

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Want to Work Remotely? The 3 Things You’ll Need to Prove.

For a growing number of employees, working from home is the ultimate goal — and many are now making that dream come true.

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Transitioning your marketing career from a non-creative to a creative job

There’s no question that a career in marketing requires some creativity. Building brands and influencing buying decisions takes innovation, imagination and originality. But some marketing roles are more creative than others.

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