“The Imposter Syndrome: How to make it when you feel like you’re faking it. A talk for creatives” was given by Sunil Sarwal of The Small Monsters. Sunil spoke about his own journey dealing with Imposter’s Syndrome, and how it affected his education and career.
Sunil Sarwal of The Small Monsters will be giving a talk entitled “The Imposter Syndrome: How to make it when you feel like you’re faking it. A talk for creatives.” This meetup is for all designers: graphic, product, web, game and UI/UX.
On the evening of March 9th, an outstanding number of young designers, illustrators, and web creators came out to have their portfolios reviewed. Volta Labs in downtown Halifax was filled to the brim with students, recent grads and young creative professionals looking for a variety of feedback on their work. It was a busy and satisfying […]
To me, there’s nothing like sitting down with my sketchbook at a coffee shop or the nearest library, enjoying a beverage. I look down at a blank page, and wonder what to draw at that moment. Without thinking too hard, I take the plunge and just draw. I often spend my lunch hour drawing, sketching […]
I used to get really frustrated when I would hold a door open for someone and they wouldn’t say thank you. Or they would cruise right past me without acknowledging me in some way. I mean, after all, I’d held the door open for them. What kind of terrible person wouldn’t say thank you when […]
Hello, my name is Alison and I’m a web designer that spent my entire Saturday coding various web items around the central theme of farting in a jar. Now hear me out – this was for my first hackathon. For those not in the know, a hackathon is an event in which programmers, developers and […]
Exactly one hour after the first day of Collide Creative Technology Conference wrapped up, video game theme music could be heard echoing from the main stage. Setting the theme of ‘leveling up your portfolio’, the music by Nerd Army welcomed attendees to the start of the third E3C + Behance Portfolio Review.
In the creative world, your portfolio is your resume, summarizes your ability and illustrates your knowledge of design principles (or the principles of your discipline). You’ll hear the words “show, don’t tell”, often because we are in the business of being visual communicators. We must present employers with our best work to get invited for an interview and get hired.
Holy moly, Portfolio Review Night is just around the corner! Our second rendition of the partnership between E3C and Behance is May 12th, and we’ve lined up nine reviewers in design, illustration, animation and photography waiting to see your work.
Where to even start? Wow! First off, what a fantastic evening. A huge thank-you to everyone who came out to have their portfolio reviewed, and of course, to the reviewers! It has been a week and a half since the event took place and we still have people raving about it. For those of you […]