Last week I was able to attend INBOUND15, HubSpot’s Inbound Conference. Overwhelmed and wide eyed during the first day (or two) of the conference, I was a first-timer who mostly walked around gaping at the sheer amount of marketers navigating the convention center. Towards the end of the conference, I was no longer a dumbstruck attendee. I felt like an inbound pro ­– armed with a scribble-filled notebook, HubSpot pen and a seemingly permanent cup of Dunkin Donuts coffee in hand. It didn’t take long before I found myself in great company. I may be a bit biased but I truly believe there is no other group of people who are more motivated, driven and inspiring than marketers. Let me explain… Read More »
If you’re a design student, the time will come during your college career where you will need to find an internship. Landing an internship is crucial to gain experience in your field. Many schools make it a requirement to acquire one before graduation, while others do not. Regardless of what your school requires, getting an internship will establish your skills, make you more marketable, and help build your professional resume. Read More »
  • Topcis: Culture
  • Posted: September 1, 2015
Art school is a misunderstood place. Many people think it is a breeze to be a design student; you walk in, draw a few pictures, paint a little bit, and get a degree. Those people could not be more mistaken. Art school is full of long hours, endless projects, and constant critiques. During my journey as an advertising design major, I have learned so many useful lessons that I carry into my professional career and they are ones worth sharing with other design students Read More »
  • Topcis: Culture
  • Posted: August 18, 2015