by Eric LudlumMay 4
Onboarding new employees to a creative team is an essential step in ensuring a smooth and successful transition for both the new employee and the team as a whole. The onboarding process includes several standard steps that ensure that new employees understand the company's culture, values, and processes and can
by Eric LudlumMar 22
An uncertain outlook in the marketplace - is it the new-normal? or simply a transient state? - often spurs an assessment of the fundamentals of a business. In the realm of in-house product development and marketing this may be an examination of the budget and schedules of upcoming releases. As
by Eric LudlumMar 1
Demand for designers is at peak levels, making for a tough recruiting environment, especially when your team doesn't have the means or prestige of a bigger or more-storied operation to attract creative candidates. However, smaller companies can often offer other advantages that may be appealing to creative employees, such as
by Eric LudlumJan 20
In writing job descriptions and conducting interviews, technical skills can easily become an overriding focus of recruiting for design jobs. Is the candidate versed in the same software your creative staff uses to get work done? Are they experts in production flows? Do they possess the experience to make good
by Eric LudlumDec 7, 2022
Leaders of creative teams must often fight for staffing allocation and during tougher economic times, dare we say it â€“ during recessions â€“ that struggle is even more difficult. The benefits of fortifying creative teams may be obvious to the design-centric and forward-thinking mindset but require some framing ...
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