From the onset of the business, until its liquidation, teams play an important role. In order to get things done and keep the operations of business flowing. It is not possible for a single individual boss or an individual to manage the tasks on his own and this is where teams play an important role. In this article, we take a look at 10 ways to motivate your team in the office.
Standing out online is becoming more challenging every year. In this article we discuss How to Use Digital Marketing to Grow Your Brand: 4 Actionable Tips You Should Try
Not every company and client will be sold on your abilities as a creative and hand you the duties of branding or rebranding their business on a whim. Whether you are a junior graphic designer or a professional art director, sometimes you will have to write a design proposal to win over a client. In this article, we take a look at The Guide to Write a Winning Design Proposal.
Back in the old days, having a website used to be enough for everyone who wanted to outrank their competition. But those days are long gone. Nowadays, having a website is not an advantage anymore but a necessity.
The eCommerce industry is transforming dynamically every year and it is crucial for your business to analyse emerging eCommerce trends and the way consumers shop to plan and experiment with your strategy.
Gone are the days when brands could be built on hyper-professionalism, powerful logos and men in expensive suits alone. To get ahead in today’s market, companies need to fight a tidal wave of mistrust and public scrutiny.
A brand isn’t something you create or control, but you can try and shape it with style, imagery and succinct messages (tag-lines). A brand is the perception of your company before they’ve spoken to you. And it’s important for a freelancer, because growing your business relies on people recommending you to others that have no idea who you are.
This may be a bold (and perhaps inaccurate) statement, but consider this. Where would Nike be without the famous Swoosh? What about Google’s upbeat, colorful interfaces and Doodles? Or Apple’s minimalist silhouette of a half-bitten Macintosh apple?
Brutally Honest – No-bullshit business strategies to evolve your creative business is not your standard, boring business book. It is chock-full of brief, digestible yet powerful and comprehensive strategies, advice, and insights all housed in a well-designed book that even creatives will want to read.
Run Studio Run is a book that details how to manage and grow a small creative studio. The first edition was successfully funded on Kickstarter and available for purchase through Extracurricular Press in May 2018.
Run Studio Run is a step-by-step guide that helps you look at your studio critically—as a business as opposed to an artistic endeavor. You will establish goals and paths and how to reach them. You will see that the more of your business you can commit to process, the more you will free yourself up to do the work you really love.