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Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don't teach you in design school, but should Paperback – April 16, 2014
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Michael Janda has been in most positions on the graphic design world org chart over his 16-year career. He has served as production artist, designer, freelancer, and creative director (including a few years as senior creative director over two of Fox’s Internet divisions). Since 2002, Janda has owned and operated his own agency, Riser, which boasts such high-profile clients as NBC, ABC, Fox, Google, National Geographic, Warner Bros., and Disney.
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I learned a lot!!
After having read this book - I feel that designers that haven't read this book are now at a disadvantage.
Seriously, at this ridiculously low price, I would purchase it for ANY designer I remotely cared about.
I enjoyed the anecdotes - putting real experiences together with the suggestions and I liked that the book was broken up into so many digestible "nuggets"..
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