1. Patrons of the creative work of a person or company for a specific project or need. 2. A source of funding, feedback, and (often) frustration.
A picture is worth a thousand words, which is why designers need to be well-versed wordsmiths.
By Matt McCue
How to figure out what you were born to do.
By Chris Guillebeau
What happens when two firms, from two continents have to work together to design something for the entire world to see?
How to raise your rates without alienating your current clients.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Because nobody likes cold calling.
By Monika Kanokova
Nike+ Design Director MDavid Low on what it's like to go from agency to in-house brand and how to build delightful digital products.
By Dave Benton
The first thing you should make clear: "Make it pop" won't fly.
By Lauren Bacon
From Trey Parker and Matt Stone to Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, what makes some partnerships thrive while others fizzle out?
By Joshua Wolf Shenk
Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts both sell coffee, but the former gets away with charging much more. Why? Because crafting a unique experience for your clients can make your competitors’ prices irrelevant.
By Ruben Gamez