When creatives talk about what they enjoy most about their job, they often speak about agency culture. Here are some GIFs that any creative can relate to.
After working with many in-house creative teams, I've found that they all have their own unique creative workflow processes! This can make it difficult to pinpoint the key elements you must have in a task management software. Today, we hope to shed light to some key areas that you may not have considered.
Clients can be great to work with. They challenge you creatively and inspire you to innovate. There can also be times when they ask you to take on an additional project with a tight timeline or change the scope past the cutoff date. When this happens, here are some strategies to say ‘no’.
Function Point Productivity Software invites creative agencies to register for an industry expert webinar, “The New Age of Niche: What Creative Agencies Can Learn From the Startup Space,” presented by Steve Haak, Partner and VP of Strategy & UX at Solid State Pros, on March 30, 2016.
Editor's Note: This contest is now closed. A big thank you to all of our users who entered. Check out all of the lovely entries we received here.
At Function Point, we love our clients so much we want to give you $500! Watch the video below to see just how crazy we are about you (or just how crazy we are, period).
Ah, New Year's resolutions. Those goals we’ve promised ourselves – get in shape, get organized, get our agency streamlined – they all start off looking so hopeful, but then it's back to our old ways by the end of January! Let’s face it, willpower alone isn’t going to help you achieve your goals.
How do you sell UX? This is a question that’s near and dear to the hearts of all User Experience Designers. While it’s very easy for us to point out good and bad UX for websites in the hypothetical, it’s very hard to get the budget to actually deliver great work.
Software support teams and creative design teams have a lot in common. It wasn't very long ago that support staff were relegated to their cubicles and told to endlessly answer questions with a smile, and designers were to keep to the studio and told to pour all their energy into design work — sort of a "be seen but not heard" situation. But times have changed!
Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People was one of my favourite books growing up. In particular, I really took to heart the first habit of being proactive and taking responsibility of your life. Having the “Can do” attitude helped me feel that I’m in control and feel good about my life.