1. The act of cultivating a living doing the creative work you love. 2. How you build on and manage your work trajectory.
One’s past experience is typically regarded as the best indication of future success. But is it really the best way to judge a candidate?
By Behance Team
Professionalism is often at lagerheads with passion in the creative world, but we must balance the two carefully--both are key for our ideas' success.
"You may be the best designer/illustrator in the world, but if no one sees your work, you won’t get commissioned," says veteran artist Rod Hunt.
By Heather Ann Snodgrass
Digital art wunderkind Chuck Anderson started his design career in his parents' basement. And, despite much success, he's still all about the hustle.
We talk with Sao Paulo-born designer Ale de Carvalho about breaking away from trends and trusting your intuition.
We talk with the man behind hits like Photojojo and Jelly, Amit Gupta, about asking good questions and why ideas should have the marketing baked in.
Ryan Catbird to discusses control-freak tendencies, comfort versus stagnancy, and building something worthwhile.
Jason Wachob, CEO of Crummy Brothers organic cookies, argues in favor of working your ass off and letting the rest take care of itself.
We are inclined to believe that our work and talent should speak for themselves. But it turns out self-presentation is a key factor for successful creatives.