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Ask a Designer #2: Help! My Manager Is Stressing Me Out
Designer, speaker and educator Meg Lewis is our resident advice columnist for our 6-part Ask a Designer series, where we aim to get real, get deep, and get practical with your most burning questions about life and career in the creative industries. Have a question for her? Submit yours here.
Ask a Designer #1: Does it Matter What I Call Myself?
Here at SuperHi, we get a lot of questions from our amazing and creative students. What we've realized: learning and growing doesn't stop after you complete a course or learn a new skill. It's an ongoing series of ups and downs, challenges and blurry lines, doubts and insecurities, a sometimes muddy mess of hows, whys, what ifs and what nows? We see these questions and we hear you: it's tough out there.
Imposter Syndrome with Eric Hu
This time on Imposter Syndrome we're talking to Eric Hu, global design director at Nike in Portland, Oregon. Previously he worked as the director of design at Ssense in Montreal.
Imposter Syndrome with Jennifer Daniel
This week on Imposter Syndrome we talk to Jennifer Daniel, creative director for Google's emoji program, and lives in Berkeley, California. Previously, she was a graphics editor at the New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek.
Skill-up + Grow with SuperHi
Since the beginning of our online community we've been helping our students from around the world build up their skills, grow their confidence, progress in their careers and supporting them to do to the things they want to do.
Wind Down – SuperHi’s guide on scrapping your to-do list, letting go and reflecting on 2018.
In a world obsessed with overwhelm and taking in and taking on so much, slowing down is probably the greatest medicine you can give yourself and others.
Camille Hearst on process and how to think like a CEO
We spoke to the CEO and co-founder of Kit – a social network for discovering and discussing interesting products – about how to formulate ideas, Kit's processes and saying "no" when things aren't good enough.
People of Creativity on how to amplify underrepresented stories in the creative industry
The founders of People of Creativity discuss building solidarity, how they make connections through storytelling, and how to make an impact on the creative industry.
How to add web design elements that fade in and out on scroll
North v South on starting a design podcast
The hosts of design podcast North v South talk to us about how to talk about design, the technical aspects of setting up a weekly show and how to score pies out of ten.
Nick Asbury on how to make technology understandable
Nick Asbury, the writing half of British design agency Asbury & Asbury, discusses Sideways Dictionary, how to make jargon understandable again, and the value of a good analogy.
Carly Ayres on how to set up a creative agency
HAWRAF co-founder Carly Ayres talks to us about the path that led her to co-founding a creative studio, how practice makes perfect, and the rewards of learning in public.
Daniel Howells on how to pick the best web designs
Daniel Howells talks us through the past, present and future of the web design and what it takes to get your site featured on Siteinspire.
Rehat Kathuria on how to create iPhone apps
iPhone and iPad app developer Rehat Kathuria talks us through how he started making apps, what you should think about if you want an app made and the pitfalls of learning to write code for iOS.
Zach Inglis on how to start a great design conference
Designer and developer, Zach Inglis, talks us through how he and his business partner Laura set up a design and tech conference with a little twist.
BONG International on making fun websites and how to get paid for it
International design and development agency BONG International talk to us about how to work as a remote team, company independence, self initiated projects and how to work as designer-slash-developers.
How to go freelance and stay freelance
Going freelance is one of the scariest career moves you can make. But done well, it can make you better off, give you more freedom, and most importantly, make you happier.
How to start a startup without ruining your life
Startups are emotional roller coasters that one minute make you feel like you’re changing the world and the next minute, that everything is falling apart. This guide about how to start a startup may help.