Posts tagged ‘Freelance’

My First Job After College: Freelancing in Tokyo

It’s been a few months since you graduated. Every morning you wake up and feel a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach because you…

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I’ve Never Had a Normal Job—Here’s Why

We’ve been duped. Swindled. Hoodwinked. Tricked. That’s right—the world has been lying to us about something pretty major. Life after college. It’s easy to think that…

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How to Build Your Portfolio in 9 Easy Steps

We’ve reviewed the rules of résumé writing and emphasized the importance of job interview etiquette. But what if you want a job that doesn’t follow that…

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This is What a User Interface Designer Does

Whether it’s 2.4 seconds or 24 hours, most of us spend at least a portion of our days using websites and applications. How do these sites…

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Evoking Emotion: A Day in the Life of a Graphic Designer

Graphic design is about more than just bright colors and cool fonts. At least that’s the case for Hitoshi Koreeda, President/Designer at onetothree design. He believes in…

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What’s It Like to Be a Graphic Designer?

Got an appreciation for aesthetics? Use your creativity, imagination, and style to bring concepts to life with colors, text, and design.

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From English Major to Graphic Designer: Making the Switch

What happens if you decide to pursue a career that’s totally unrelated to your major? It can seem scary, but it is possible to make a…

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Double-Duty: What It’s Like to Work Two Graphic Design Jobs

Rushing back and forth between home and work and putting in 16-hour days on a regular basis may sound insane, but this is what keeps Maya…

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Creative AND Professional: A Day in the Life of a Graphic Designer

Got talent? Great! Create constantly? That’s commendable, but no matter how talented and creative you are, you’ll always need other skills to make it as a…

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What’s Math Got to Do With It? A Day in the Life of a Graphic Designer

Don’t limit yourself to one particular course of study: You can always find ways to apply what you learned to your future career if you try.…

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