The folks at Google know what they’re doing. I realized that Google makes mistakes and they embrace them. Why? Their goal is to do the best things possible and that can only be achieved by trying relentlessly and by looking for human insights.
Elia Khalaf impressed the New World Symphony with a piece that evoked emotions and left viewers both elated and defeated.
Color, design, and great copy are some of the elements that must be present on an eye-catching ad, but to be a Top Dog you need more than that. Take a look to work of our current students, you will be amazed by what you will find they did.
Being creative is a full-time job. You never disconnect. To some degree you’re always thinking. I think on the go. I’m really good at thinking when I’m moving. When I'm at the gym training I’m also thinking about a new idea. I travel a lot and and I plan during the quiet time on planes. You have to bring a solution to the problem in an unexpected way.
Yesterday we posted about what Alexis Gianoulis, Global Creative Talent Coordinator for Y&R looks for in a portfolio, why they are important and the value of internships. Today we continue with the interview where she explains the process for juniors in getting their first job, working with the recruiter and mistakes to avoid.