Does studying a creative course give you an advantage?
It's not necessary to study a creative course to get into the creative industries. But if you don't, you should listen to this valuable advice from Tom Wood.
Studying a creative course might put you at an advantage when it comes to the creative industries but it's certainly not necessary. Tom Wood from ais London talks about how you can make up for studying something else.
Watch the full interview with Tom where he answers the following questions.
- What does a project manager do?
- How do you approach a new brief?
- How do you pitch brave work to clients?
- How can people get into the industry?
- What is your most memorable piece of work?
- Who would you share a desk with?
- Where do you find inspiration?
- What's the one piece of advice you would give?
Or go back to our answers page for more bite-sized knowledge.
What makes a good developer?
Ben Doran, the Head of Technology at Lowe, talks about what it takes and the skills required to be a good developer.
How do you come up with ideas for briefs?
Philip Bock and Morten Schmidt are a former creative duo from Copenhagen and worked at M&C Saatchi, London. Here they talk about the process of coming up with ideas.
Where can you learn more about 3D design?
Leon de Set Croix, head of 3D Brand Design at notable design agency, JKR, talks about the places to learn more about 3D design.
How do you find a creative partner?
Ricky Richards, Creative, Art Director and Founder of Design & Innovation studio FOBI, talks about where to find a creative partner.
What are your top three websites for design inspiration?
Luke Thompson is a Graphic Designer at JKR. In this video he shares the three websites he uses for inspiration for new briefs, and why mood boards are a good thing.
What's the best way to pitch ideas?
Ricky Richards, Creative, Art Director and Founder of Design & Innovation studio FOBI talks about the process of pitching.