Carolyn Rodgers

Graphic Designer

Communicating your ideas and actions effectively, especially as a designer.

Jeff Berman

Principal

Learn to watch your work get killed. Put everything you have into the idea, then set it aside and do a better one. That's difficult.

Erin Eby

Partner

Develop a healthy detachment from your work early on, so you can avoid conflating constructive criticism with personal attacks.

Jessica O'Brien

Social Marketing Manager

If you're going to defend your idea, learn to separate ego. If you think your solution is best, you better have good reasons why.

James Ferrell

Web Designer

If you aren’t already practicing the art of gracefully taking and giving constructive criticism, start now.

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Berman140:
How has working in advertising changed how you interact with the world?