Design schools are failing students. And not in the traditional-F-on-my-project kind of way. They’re not setting you up for success in business! Whether your goal is to get a good job after graduation or to start a freelance career, you need business knowledge to thrive. Welcome to The Futur. You’re in the right place.
Whether you’re about to enroll in school, halfway through your degree or just graduated, you should be preparing for the professional market by honing your typography skills. Lucky for you, we’ve created this Typography Manual that teaches the fundamentals in ten easy rules.
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WHAT TO WATCH
We’ve selected a few highlights that you need to see, kicking off with a fantastic guide to designing your first student design portfolio.
Our YouTube channel is bursting at the seams with hard-to-tackle subjects like getting your first design job, figuring out if design school is right for you, and design critiques. It’s all out there for you, free!
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“I’m in university right now and this is what it feels like compared to The Futur, a true masterclass: University is kindergarten. Unchallenging and stuck in its ways.”
– Mario R.
WHAT TO READ
WHAT TO HEAR
How to Start and Run a Design Business
What do you need to know to start and run a design business? Chris Do imparts knowledge on the most important issues entrepreneurs face when starting and running a business.
Staff, Freelance or Entrepreneur?
Pros and cons of being a freelancer vs having a staff position. Blind Creative Director Mathew Encina shares his experience in the field. Click below to open iTunes and listen: