So on >>/mu/60421384 like a lot of other times, we're making "minimalistic" album covers.
That being said, a lot of what's posted doesn't exactly the definition of "minimalism" (I posted a few and I'll admit some of mine are way too detailed).
So, >What are your thoughts on minimalism? >Have any examples of good minimalist designs you've made? >I guess it would be alright to do a similar... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A lot of you guys do this professionally, and I need to ask. How?
Im going to go to university real soon, and I want to do this professionally. I'm confused between if I should be doing a BA in graphic communication design, communication or a BFA in visual communication design.
Personally what have you guys have done, and what did you move on in the future? Did you create your own company or go into a firm? Did you do a BA/BFA then a MA/MFA afterwords or did you wait for a while or not do it at all?
As a high school... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>243320 What you get your degree in doesn't mean shit once you're back in the real world. Your portfolio is everything. The most important tool at your disposal is who you know. Make contacts, develop relationships, never stop improving yourself and honing your skills as a creative professional. This is one of those weird fields where having a degree can actually set you back a little bit, so be careful.
My parents were never supportive either and expected me to fail. I didn't even bother going to college... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
At my college internship, I do SO many different kinds of work, and I want to highlight that. I was considering adding a 'notable projects' section within the job description - however, do you guys think that's too much?
(Pictured is not my resume - but a design I like!)
Just know that the person who reads your resume (Assuming they've got a decent amount to sort through) will take about 20-30 seconds to glace over your resume. Make it concise, simple, and visually pleasing.
I don't like the pictures that small, they are one of the most important information you can show, and it attracts the attention of possible customers. The text part should be more secondary, in my opinion. If i had to do this, i would associate an image with one of those qualities, like: a picture of the raw materials you use for ''alta qualidade'', some random keychains you made, side by side, for ''temas variados'' and so on. Also, you could pay the designer with custom keychains kehehe...
>Hey guys, I'm better than you. Here is the proof.
Well Sandrin, it is curtainly pretty. I don't like your font selections, and honistly your site feels like overkill.
If you have all the experience I would figure your resume would be enough. You still list all your skills like you aren't sure of yourself, and you list a number of other things I would expect to see from someone trying to pad out their one-page resume.
You should consider simplifying as your produced websites and personal experiments feels like... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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