Here is FutureRising's best stuff from the past week. We've put together this handy round-up so you don't miss out on our most popular content as well as giving you something to share.
Jeremy Garner, Executive Creative Director of Weapon7, discusses five simple but important things to help you in your career.
Bournemouth University student Tom Rickhuss chats to us about his experiences at Y&R and as a photographer for Red Bull.
Creative students from Berghs School of Communication came up with a way to make Ben & Jerry's taste even better whilst helping the environment.
Joe Heston-Ellis gives some valuable tips on what to expect from your first placement and how to handle it.
5. From around the web
The Great Discontent interview renowned artist Oliver Jeffers who has had paintings exhibited worldwide, and his picture books, published by HarperCollins and Penguin.
More content from the week
Is your craving for inspiration and knowledge still not satisfied? Here's some more content from the past week that you might be interested in.
- Advice: 5 design books you should read
Answer: What is Miami Ad School like?
- Story: Meet Adrienne Thiery: The video job application not sponsored by Pepsi
Answer: How do you perfect your skills?
Awkward things clients say that drive you crazy
We've gathered some of the worst/hilarious/awkward things clients say to get it all out of your system in one fail swoop.
Distractions and focus
In this two-part piece, I'll help you focus on identifying the industry, company and role that will enable you to realise your potential.
Must-have skills for every graduate
Before you leave university, make sure you have developed these skills to show future employers.
Take a look at the these irresistibly creative portfolio designs for some serious inspiration.
FutureRising's playlist: Walking to work
For this week's playlist in our Spotify series, we're the soundtrack to your journey to the office, it's the 'Walking to Work' playlist.
London hotspots for getting your work done
London professional, Tom Withers-Green, on the best places in London to grab a coffee and get your work done.