Careers by Design: A Business Guide for Graphic Designers
Leading headhunter Roz Goldfarb reveals her time-proven secrets for survival and success in the graphic design industry. Through her work with hundreds of corporations around the world, she provides readers a treasure trove of valuable information for thriving in this creatively driven business, including updated hiring criteria, the latest developments in technology, and the marketplace affecting design careers.
Discussion in this revised and expanded third edition includes: jobs, hiring practices, salaries, portfolios, resumes, networking, headhunters, training, freelancing, and more, with a special focus on the new design disciplines, training requirements, and opportunities for the Internet. Careers by Design should be on the desk of every ambitious graphic designer. . . . If you are looking to secure an even more successful future, Careers by Design is a must-read.î óDesign Management Journal.
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WHAT IS GRAPHIC DESIGN?
The Designers Role in Society and Business
Clearing Up Some Confusion About Advertising and Design
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