Interesting Articles at 99U

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Jul 26, 2016

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The Community Manager Assistant Editor sent over some some interesting links from Adobe's 99U.com. I thought I'd share.

  1. 1. You have the ability to capture the attention of a creative director in a single glance of your portfolio, so it’s vital to get the details right. So, how should a creative present their designs? How should they curate the photos? What are some mistakes to avoid? We sat down with the Brand Director of Behance, Mark Brooks, on what creatives should and shouldn’t do when it comes to presenting their work on Adobe Portfolio. He walks us step-by-step through the planning, presentation, and posting stages of the process.

Here’s how to make a killer portfolio

  1. 2. Where do you see design going in the next 10 years? In trying to figure out what the future of design will look like, we’re at a bit of a loss. So we reached out to visionaries and experts in the field to helps us out. What should students be learning in school? Will VR be the future or just a huge part of our imagination? There is no wrong answer here, but this is a great article to get the minds of our younger designers going as well as anyone interested in making some big career changes.

Here’s the future of design and how to prepare for it

  1. 3. Interviews: Rubén Sánchez – How a street painter landed a sweet one-year art residency in Dubai established by its former princess, Lateefa bint Maktoum.

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Thanks for sharing the links.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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