Degree Shows 2017
Last week we invited our Twitter followers to send in any questions they may have about a career in design. Here are some of the questions that came in, and Oldham’s advice.
The creative industry views Brexit as a Bad Thing. But what if its resulting skills shortage prompts us finally to address a much older issue – the lack of access to a creative career for those without a privileged background?
We’re launching our first ever CPD accredited online learning programme; a six-part video-based course that has been designed to unlock your creative potential
Brexit, a recession and a healthy freelance market have left many design agencies struggling to fill senior roles. Rachael Steven explores the impact this is having on the industry – and considers how agencies can respond to a talent shortfall
Face-to-face contact with clients improves productivity and helps build strong relationships – if it’s done right. But if it’s done wrong, it leads to low energy levels, impairs productivity, and reduces the likelihood that a project will deliver against its objectives. Made by Many’s Peter Parkes shares their tips for success
Having spent last weekend in Annie Atkins’ basement studio, attending a two-day workshop on Graphic Design for Filmmaking, Salonee Gadgil now knows a thing or two about the inner workings of a film’s art department – and how to make Dracula a passport
What started off as a single photography workshop has grown into a programme that creates viable opportunities for young people to work their way out of homelessness
The Creative Circle Foundation will aim to help encourage and support greater diversity within creative departments
With the general election just six weeks away, the Creative Industries Federation has published a manifesto outlining how political parties can help nurture and grow the UK’s creative sector. Recommendations include a new visa system for skilled workers and better careers guidance for young people