If you specialise in more than one creative discipline, how can you present your work to clients in a way that does justice to all your skills and isn’t confusing? Here our columnist Anna Higgs has some advice for a jack of all trades
This month our agony aunt Anna Higgs gives a reader advice on how to meet industry peers and where to seek out networking opportunities
When working in-house, what’s the best way to inspire members of your team? And as a leader, what can you do to fuel people’s desire to learn and grow? Our agony aunt Anna Higgs has some advice
For her first advice column of 2019, our resident agony aunt Anna Higgs advises a reader with a passion for short film on how to turn her side hustle into a full-time job
Data is a popular buzzword throughout the creative industries. But how can it help the creative journey? This is the question posed to CR’s agony aunt, Anna Higgs, in her latest column
In this month’s column, our agony aunt Anna Higgs suggests ways in which freelancers (and others) can evaluate their own ideas
In this month’s column, our agony aunt Anna Higgs suggests how a reader’s physical condition may present opportunities to an employer, rather than a challenge
This month, CR’s agony aunt Anna Higgs helps a freelance designer figure out what position they are at within the industry, and what level or ‘weight’ roles they should apply for
In the latest question for our creative advice column, CR agony aunt Anna Higgs offers suggestions for how to cope with a complicated colleague and a less-than-interested boss.
For the first question in our new creative advice column, CR agony aunt Anna Higgs helps a copywriter cope with monotony in the workplace, and offers tips for how to stay creative when dealing with repetitive briefs.