1. Knowing exposure to the chance of loss 2. Making a leap into the great unknown.
Knowing you have a safety net makes you less likely to make the leap.
By Christian Jarrett
For the first time in your career, you have options. And where you land and the work you do next will have a huge impact on your career trajectory. Jump on the right train by using this checklist to help make your next move.
By Paul Jun
A design original speaks out on the importance of being surprising, shocking, and outrageous.
By Matt McCue
The high pressure stakes of taking $1.4 million to redesign one of the world's important books.
The host of Employee of the Month on enjoying the process and the benefits of being "actively passive."
By Sean Blanda
Hating to work for someone else doesn't automatically make you capable of working for yourself.
By Maria Rapetskaya
Marta Cerdá on why some designers are like tourists, removing fear from the creative process, and how to be decisive.
Take the jobs that help you evolve along with your portfolio.
By Monika Kanokova
The weird shall inherit the Earth.
By James Victore