Being a designer is certainly a challenge in this day and age, mainly because you have to juggle so many different things at once. Even your work has to take seat sometimes because you have to deal with demanding clients, request payment from those for which you have already delivered work, keep up with all the latest design trends and technologies, as well as struggle occasionally with burnout and lack of inspiration. However, there is one thing most of us don’t worry about it until it happens. Of course, we are talking about data backup. In this article, we discuss 5 Tips To Back Up Your Data And Keep It Safe.
There is no denying that when done right, marketing can boost the net income and profits of your business. If you do it wrong, on the other hand, it is like throwing your money into a bonfire. Because startups require everything they need to prosper, mastering all the nuances of marketing and sales is mandatory. This article, we discuss How to Develop Effective Marketing Strategies to Make Your Startup a Raging Success.
When it comes to graphic design, many people have a vague understanding of it. The job of a designer is considered to only to create company logos and photoshop pretty images. But, there is much more a graphic designer can do. To be a Graphic designer is, indeed, an art.
When you work as a graphic designer, you have to deal with all sorts of clients. One of the greatest challenges while dealing with clients is the communication issue.
Here is a collection of Things You Should Never Say to a Freelance Graphic Designer. They will not react to it, but they will not appreciate it as well. Let’s have a look at those things.
Offthetopofmyhead does things differently. It was founded by award-winning creative director John Spencer. The agency invents names, designs logos, creates graphic and language identities, and conjures up campaigns. In this article, John talks about How to Run a “Virtual” Design Agency and, how he runs his business, and what he thinks makes a successful agency.
Trust Funnel by Brian G. Johnson is a great book that you need to check out. Similar to Crush It! by Gary Vaynerchuk it’s one of those books that has assisted in helping me in putting myself out there online with social media and building an online presence.
I have followed Brian online for quite a while years before he wrote the book Trust Funnel which was released February 3rd, 2015 and when he announced that he was writing the book I knew it was one I had to pre-order. Read on for our book review of Trust Funnel by Brian G. Johnson.
Selling your services as a freelancer is probably not the way you want to spend your time. But if you want to do good work you must be good at selling yourself too. It doesn’t have to be difficult if you know what your customers want. In this article, we discuss 5 things freelance clients want to know.
While it may seem like the least fun side of marketing, performance tracking, data analysis, and campaign optimization are crucial steps for a successful campaign. These give you useful information on your brand’s success in the market and let you know when you’re going in the wrong direction.
But, in order to track your brand’s performance in an effective manner, you need to know which metrics to follow and analyze. In fact, measuring too many metrics, of little relevance, is quite a common mistake, even for bigger brands. In this article we discuss How Can Your Business Measure Brand Performance?
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.