Doug Bartow's firm, id29, has a long history of working with young designers—through studio tours, internships and local events. In that time, he’s noticed that designers starting out consistently ask a lot of the same questions. He decided to turn answering them into an ongoing personal project.
In this design tutorial, Bartow will go through eight of the most important things every designer should factor in to their career and professional development—after all design education is a lifelong pursuit! You’ll learn how self improvement in a few specific areas can make a positive impact on your work, about how to raise your profile in the design industry, and how to maintain integrity in your design work, and in life. They’re all ingredients for a successful and fulfilling career. Who doesn’t want that?
In 8 Critical Ingredients for a Successful Graphic Design Career you'll learn:
How to maintain integrity in your design work and in life
How to project the right image
How to develop a creative voice and get visibility in the industry
How to become indispensableAbout great tips to achieving a successful and fulfilling design career
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About Doug Bartow
Doug Bartow is an art director and designer with over 20 years experience working with national and international clients. As Director of Design at MASS MoCA for 8+ years, Doug helped put the country's largest arts center on the world's cultural map by designing the museum's identity system, exhibition and wayfinding signage, print collateral, catalogs and web presence.
Doug left MASS MoCA in 2003 to co-found id29 in Troy, NY. Since opening its doors, id29 has collaborated to build powerful brands, campaigns and marketing strategies for clients such as: Pitney Bowes, Litespeed Bicycles, The Steve Case Foundation, The Travel Channel and Revolution Money, and was the agency behind Scholastic's national campaign for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" in 2007.