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Type designer Jeremy Tankard has redesigned his typography.net site so that it works across all devices and can offer buyers trial features across a platform which is easier to navigate.
Equator managing director Gary Flynn draws on his specialism in integrated packaging and discusses the challenges of creating packaging that works as well online as it does in store.
Studio director Lucy Painter, who specialises in recruitment within the design sector, speaks to Haptic Architects about how to integrate Scandinavian working practises into a creative business in the UK.
Design Business Association head of services Adam Fennelow looks at why designers should make design effectiveness part of the conversation they have with clients from the get go.
You now have a couple more weeks to enter the Design Week Awards, which is back with a bunch of new awards alongside our most popular categories. It’s time to
John Scarrott, trainer and coach to design businesses, looks at how improve your personal confidence in the final part of his series, which also looks at preparation, practise and performance.
Consultancy Equator looks at how why companies will have to think carefully about how their packaging is designed after new food labelling standards are introduced in the US in 2018.
We have already established how to prepare and practise for a meeting or presentation to clients and prospective clients-to-be. In the third part of this “Four P’s” series, John Scarrott, trainer and
The time spent meeting and presenting to clients or clients-to-be is more valuable to consultancies than ever before. But are you making the most of yours? Following on from the first
The time spent meeting and presenting to clients or clients-to-be is more precious and valuable to agencies than ever before. But are you making the most of yours? In the
Adam Fennelow, head of services at the Design Business Association (DBA), talks about how focusing on staff development could benefit your business’ revenue.
Design business advisor John Scarrott shares tips on how to win new business by getting to know your clients and building up trust before offering your services.
Trainer and coach John Scarrott offers four tips to help you overcome your fear of networking.
Is a pitch just a pitch? DBA membership director John Scarrott identifies seven different versions of the design pitch. Which ones do you recognise?
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how design businesses at all stages of development can build their confidence.
Design Week and Workfront are presenting a webinar showing how creative teams can move to agile.
Design Week’s recent Breakfast Briefing session, held in partnership with Workfront, looked at how to set up and manage creative teams. Barclays digital design director Noel Lyons and AKQA associate