Learn how you can market, well, just about anything, even if you’re strapped for cash and talent and looking to bring some buzz to, say, Binghamton.
By Patrick Cain
Employers will see a ton of to-do list apps and craft beer labels in portfolios that come across their desks — what makes yours unique?
By Mitch Goldstein
You will make mistakes. You may waste time, and you may waste money. And you’ll probably argue over quite a few things that don’t really matter all that much.
By Scott Kirkwood
How one visual artist had to fall out of love with his work to find his own style.
By Dave Benton
Carving out your own artistic voice is the most important thing you can do as a creative. It’s defensible, something you can lean back on regardless of trends and something you can sell that others can’t.
By Matt McCue
How 3D artist Nick Campbell (aka Greyscalegorilla) built his career (and a small business) on teaching.
A design original speaks out on the importance of being surprising, shocking, and outrageous.
Side projects aren't a waste of time, as long as you undertake the right ones.
Pick up another creative habit and see your main hustle in a whole new way.
By Srinivas Rao