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.
We caught up with Sam Englund, Co-Founder of an exciting new app called Makemove.
Starcom's Senior Activation Executive, Owen Lee, talks about what you can do to make your mark inside an agency.
Everyone loves chocolate, right? So what better way to catch an employer's attention than with a lovingly crafted box of chocolates? That's what graphic designer Rob Jervis did.
4. Student work
Many children are born with a heart defect which may negatively effect their childhood. Students at Miami Ad School came up with this idea to help tackle the issue.
5. From around the web
We're loving this design resource. In their own words, Hack Design offers "An easy to follow design course for people who do amazing things. Receive a design lesson in your inbox each week, hand crafted by a design pro. Learn at your own pace, and apply it to your real life work".
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:
- Opportunity: 7 reasons to write for FutureRising
- Advice: 25 tips for getting a job in the creative industries
- Advice: Why phoning is still the best way to contact employers
- Answer: Why it's important to find an agency that fits you
- Advice: Taking credit for everything
Interview tips you need to know
A step-by-step guide for first-time interviewees, or regular job hunters who need to sharpen their interview skills.
Big and bold: Graphic designer creates CV with a twist
This graphic designer's reinvented CV and portfolio will make you rethink your own.
Donut trickery lands guy 10 job interviews
Lukas Yla set out to bag his dream tech job a little differently to how most of us would do it by sending tech giants a box of donuts.
Five quick job application tips to remember
Abed Lame, a sixth form college student at St. Charles, writes about his five top tips for students looking to get on the job ladder or looking to apply for apprenticeships.
When I’m A Dad
Tom Anders, an ex advertising student from the University of Lincoln won himself a D&AD Black Pencil in 2015, thanks to his heart warming entry 'When I'm A Dad'.
5 tips to help you cope with finding a placement
Matt Adams, an advertising student at Bournemouth University, shares his top tips for people looking for work placements.