Hello fellow design fanatics - I'm a UXer in New York City open to networking and learning. Contact me if you're looking for someone empathetic and design-y.
I graduated last May with a BA in Graphic Design and a BA in Public Relations. I have been wondering if I really should aim to join the workforce and get all the experience I need to help me grow as an artist or if I need to go to Grad school. I want to
make sure I know exactly where I want to go with my career because Art in general fascinates me. So my real question is: Is Grad School mandatory for Graphic Design? Should I go now or should I work for a couple of years and then try to go back?
I'm looking for a relatively inexpensive Digital Asset Management (DAM) system (images, documents, video, etc.). Any experiences (good or bad) that you've had with any systems? It's looking like most of the packages out there are thousands and thousands
of dollars per year (which I don't have). Also looking into what is involved with basic implementation. I've never implemented this before, so I'm a DAM noob. Any help or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
I am a local Creative Director here in Detroit, MI. I work for a major food distributor as their head designer, creating everything from corporate food and wine brochures to logos, company truck designs, etc. In a nut shell I design everything food and wine
for the company! I am looking for a competition to enter that would offer a food and/or wine brochure entry. Does anyone know of a great competition to enter? Thank you in advance for your help everyone :)
Sarah Conaway is a Los Angeles photographer I came across a few years ago. I don't know a lot about Sarah or her work, except that I have a piece of hers in my living room that I truly love. It passes the "if your house was on fire, what...
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Updated portfolio of designer/animator Daniel Coutinho, member of AIGA! Excellent montage of motion graphics: https://vimeo.com/133424211
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