For graphic designers who are showing their skills to an employer, the creative portfolio acts as not only an overview of work, but also a sense of their personality. Agencies and design firms are looking for innovation and professionalism, but they are also looking for commercially viable designs. Many designers will focus on the individuality […]
Social media and online interactions have become a professional showcase for generating business and employment leads, especially for those of us in the “communications” world such as marketers, designers and all who support these businesses. This medium can allow you to showcase your skills, talents, and portfolio, while also promoting yourself through text and interactions. Further, online […]
LinkedIn is a unique social media designed specifically for professional use. For freelance graphic and visual artists, it is also a great way to showcase talent and work skills when trying to connect with employers or clients. The intent of LinkedIn is to offer a way for people within the same industry to connect, create […]
Guest blogger, Jonah Berger There’s a lot of excitement around viral. But it’s time to move past the hype and focus on how it can really benefit business. It’s time for Viral 2.0. You can’t go a week without hearing about some new viral video. WestJet’s Christmas Miracle. Jean Claude Van Damme’s epic split between Volvo trucks. What […]
Although the state only requires employers with over 50 employees to provide the training, Sexual Harassment & Discrimination Prevention Training is strongly recommended for all California employers regardless of the size. Everyone in a supervisory, management or perceived supervisory role should be trained to prevent sexual harassment and discrimination. VMA’s Human Resource consultant, Richard Lord, […]
Win a Full Year of Creative Cloud and others Expressive prizes. What does Expressions mean to you? There are no wrong answers. We invite you to share your images (as many as you like) in anticipation of the upcoming Expressions VisualMedia 013 show on Nov. 6 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. Prizes Adobe will give […]
We take a rest at Deep Gap and then hump it over Potato Hill, Cattail Peak and Balsam Cone to Big Tom Gap by 12:00. I leave Bob there after negotiating a ride for him with some hikers who happened to be walking by towards the parking lot. Of course I take the wet tarp with me and all of Bob’s water bottles to fill and lug into camp so he can scamper out to the car for his food.
It is very important to generate a good attitude, a good heart, as much as possible. From this, happiness in both the short term and the long term for both yourself and others will come.