Good designers create exactly what the client wants. Great designers deliver what the client needs… There is a big difference. Great designers create successful outcomes under any circumstances – even when changes and requests for their work seem to derail…
I must be doing something right. Right?! I’ve heard about it, we learned about it in university: Plagiarism. I thought it was for the Stefan Sagmeister’s and Paula Scher’s of the design world. But, it happened to my work!
Social Media Marketing World was a conference where the best of the best from the social media industry gathered to speak, network and hear the latest from the social hemisphere. There were so many speakers, workshops, networking events, and photo opportunities it was almost overwhelming. You certainly couldn’t see and do everything. I’m sharing with you four light-bulb moments for me at #SMMW16.
I have been a little quite on my blog recently – but with good reason. Not only have I been busy with work but I’ve also been blogging up a storm with Vancouver design agency. As well as writing a few articles, I have also been creating graphics for the blog. Read details about creating my first infographic!
To reflect on my first year at Forge and Smith I wanted to share the key lessons from this year. While I would like to say “I never looked back”, that isn’t the case – the concepts and principles that I learned through university and my design career apply the same to web design.
The Canadian Internet Marketing Conference took place in April 2015. The focus of the conference (as the name suggests) was marketing in the online and digital world. My main takeaways were from areas outside of my specialty – such as search engine optimisation (SEO) and business networking. I share the key themes and top moments from the event.