As a designer, there may be times you find yourself facing a creative rut. If you’re feeling uninspired and you’re unsure which direction to go for a new design project, you may benefit from using mood boards. Mood boards can help reignite your creativity and avoid mishaps during the design process, ensuring that you meet the expectations of your clients.
One of the benefits to owning your own business is the freedom to choose who you do and do not work with. Attracting the right clients can ensure that you spend your time serving all of them wisely instead of letting some suffer because one client is draining your energy.
Getting ready for a new product launch often means plenty of stress, deadlines to meet and group work. This is supposed to be a time when creativity flows, but too often groups are fail to create novel solutions to current problems.
Imagine you are the project manager of a team that has just been tasked with brainstorming ideas in support of a company-wide event set to launch in a few weeks. You tell your team what you want from them, when you want it by, and then set them free to come up with x-number of ideas.