Posted 08.06.2016 @ 12.24PM
I've always been open to business opportunities myself, so concur with the first two comments, weigh it up from that aspect. And you should definitely get something in writing that will hold up legally with regards to how profit share is implemented.
Posted 08.06.2016 @ 12.15PM
Your best best is probably to search out case studies of some of the major logos you're referring to (or others). Many of the major brands when they rebrand will also release quite a comprehensive rationale behind the rebrand, often including an overview of the process and concept behind the logo.
Posted 18.04.2016 @ 2.58PM
You're welcome @adamdesigns! It's certainly made coding (and testing!) a much more pleasurable for me.
@Dave I'd be interested to hear your thoughts on it, because I suspect you're a stronger coder than I am so you're more likely to notice any weaknesses in the framework.
Posted 12.04.2016 @ 12.57PM
@JohnH, yes - you're going to feel really slow and really out of your depth for at least the first two years out of uni. The only way to get around this is to keep making things, and to talk to others about how they make things - take what they do well and incorporate it into your workflow.
I didn't learn about EDMs at uni, it was all about Macromedia Director in the multimedia classes I took (and they were elective). What I've learnt is on the job, via reading Sitepoint books and reading the Campaign Monitor and Sitepoint forums. @Dan is right - you'll keep learning throughout your career. It will continue to feel as uncomfortable as it does now, but your foundation of understanding will slowly grow.
Sounds like the studio who made EDMs in InDesign did so because they weren't confident building in Photoshop either. Everyone finds their own way around things, not all of those techniques are the most effecient in the long run ;) My workflow is like @Dave and @Adamdesigns - I code in Campaign Monitor if appropriate. If I'm coding from scratch I love to use because it sets the scene nicely: http://foundation.zurb.com/emails.html
Posted 27.03.2016 @ 1.27PM
What @Dave said. People are often shocked I don't use a Mac at home. Having the most basic knowledge in how a computer works has always lead to me being branded a "nerd", as if they're not a tool people have been using every day for the last ~20 years.
I've found that my PC crashes a lot less than the Macs I've visited in my freelancing travels. It's personal preference, and like @Kensmith said, the Ctrl / Cmd is the biggest issue you'll find.
Posted 24.03.2016 @ 3.18PM
I always thought the main difference between the two is just the whole 'swap control for command' for shortcuts?
@dave plaftorm agnostic is a good one, will remember to put that next time I send out a cv or cover letter. haha