Getting paid for your design services and fulfilling your creative vision at the same time can feel almost impossible. What your clients want and what you want seem like complete opposites.
So you feel you either have to sell your soul and compromise your vision to get paid, or live like a virtuous but starving artist.
Objective Creative is a mini bootcamp to teach you how to get hired as a designer without selling your soul to the devils of commerce.
You’ll learn about the hidden factors limiting your success as a designer, how to overcome them, and how to show others the value of your work—without making compromises.
- Day 1. What to do when you get stuck
- 2. The secret to becoming a great designer
- 3. Why designers don’t get hired
- 4. How to know if your portfolio is good enough
- 5. How to become a better designer
- 6. What top designers do differently
- 7. You don’t know design theory
- 8. Secret gift (Shhh!)
Very thorough and gives real-life work examples that put everything into perspective.
Design theory is very important and this mini bootcamp solidifies this with facts in a very short time span and without technical jargon.
It made me step back and observe what I’ve been doing. All the information provided is great and success will be a consequence.
This was a great refresher to many of the things I have learned throughout the years as a student and professional designer. It’s good to be able to go back to some of there core concepts and principles of design. I learned that as a designer, I must never stop practicing. To be great as a designer is a learned skill and I can always be much better than where I am now creatively.
This mini bootcamp has opened my mind to design learning.
This bootcamp is good educational material for a good start in design. Quite short, does not waste your time. Also, quite deep.
This bootcamp has been an eye opener since I started it. I found it interesting and useful because it tackles problems of design from the grassroots, unlike other bootcamps that try to teach complex design concepts while the participants have little or no knowledge on the basics of design.
I started university in October and I don’t think I have improved a lot since then. The course explains the reason why, it’s the lack of theory. It’s been a delightful pleasure to receive the emails.
Awesome boot camp. Conversational and informative. I am a self taught designer who has clients yet knows she has a lot of growing to do. Jarrod gets where I’m at – I felt like this was designed for me.