Conference: Future Insights Live When: June 16-20th 2014 Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, The New Tropicana hotel and casino, 3801 Las Vegas Blvd Discount: 10% Discount Code: GRAPHIC10 GraphicDesign.com readers can receive a 10% discount for this amazing event. It is valid for every ticket option (event the early birds) exept workshop only and student passes. FILIVE is returning to Las Vegas for the third year in a row and offers 5 consecutive days of web design, development and mobile.... CONTINUE READING
Conference: In Control Conference When: February 17-19 2014 Where: Orlando, Florida, Embassy Suites Orlando – Downtown Hotel Discount: $100 Discount Code: 100GRAPHICDESIGN The AIGA web and mobile design conference is a 2 day conference from February 17th to 19th 2014 in Orlando, Florida. If you are web or mobile designer or this is an area of design you want to know more about then this is the conference for you. In terms of speakers, there is a great line-up... CONTINUE READING
WHERE: Boston, Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston Street, MA WHEN: May 12-13 2014 DISCOUNT: $50 DISCOUNT CODE: HDLGD14 Register to the HOW Design LIVE conference before February 11th 2014 and receive the early bird $300 discount. GraphicDesign.com readers will also receive a $50 discount between now and the event simply by registering and entering the discount code HDLGD14. There will be over 3000 attendees, more than 80 speakers and 12 keynote talks as well as 12 networking opportunities. It... CONTINUE READING
Discount Amount: 10% discount Promotion Code: GRAPHIC10 Valid towards: 2-day conference passes, and 2-day conference + workshop passes. Also valid off of the Early Bird Price, which expires 31 January! Conference Dates: April 7-9, 2014 – LONDON, UK. To claim your discount you can do so HERE. Future of Web Design Designers can enjoy inspiration not only from established stars in the web design industry but also creative challenges, practical guidance and relaxing networking opportunities at this 4 day-long... CONTINUE READING
They can major in graphic design at a traditional college or university. They might opt for any one of various other educational choices, either on or offline. But, the education of a graphic designer involves more than honing an ability to create a pleasing printed piece, logo, website or other communication vehicle. It involves an understanding of people – what motivates them, resonates with them and determines their behavior, often on an emotional level. Graphic design requires a keen... CONTINUE READING
Nokia Solutions and Networks is the world’s specialist in mobile broadband. From the first ever call on GSM, to the first call on LTE, they operate at the forefront of each generation of mobile technology. Nokia’s global experts invent the new capabilities customers need in their networks. While providing the world’s most efficient mobile networks, the intelligence to maximize the value of those networks, and the services to make it all work seamlessly. With headquarters in Espoo, Finland, Nokia... CONTINUE READING
After the project research, brainstorming sessions, thumbnails, rough layouts and such you’ve arrived at what you believe are, say, three solid solutions to your client’s quandary. It’s time for show and tell. The design presentation, when handled correctly, can cement your relationship with your client and have them doing the happy dance. Blow it and you can easily find yourself doing a myriad of revisions or worse. Worse would be your client saying, “Well … um … thanks for... CONTINUE READING
However, don’t think designing is all you’ll be doing. There’s a good chance you may be recruited to attend a new business pitch at some point. That’s especially true if a small shop employs you. Even if there’s an account executive or two, many new business presentations include some creative folks. Prospective clients like to meet the person or persons who will be creating their materials. I’ve written this often, but it bears mention again – People buy from... CONTINUE READING
Presentations go by several names – the dog and pony show; the pitch; the presentation. They’re a necessary evil that can strike fear even into the hearts of many seasoned pros, let alone novices. Mush mouth, failed equipment or software, questions you didn’t anticipate, a hostile audience. They can all come into play during a pitch … and you’d better be ready. As mentioned, there are typically three types of presentations for graphic designers: • The employment interview •... CONTINUE READING
Niche noun, adjective, verb, niched, nich•ing noun 1. an ornamental recess in a wall or the like, usually semicircular in plan and arched, as for a statue or other decorative object. 2. a place or position suitable or appropriate for a person or thing: to find one’s niche in the business world. 3. a distinct segment of a market. 4. Ecology – the position or function of an organism in a community of plants and animals. adjective 5. pertaining... CONTINUE READING
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