Graduate from the university is a big achievement that should be celebrated, but for many of the college levers, you can try preparing for a career and after getting out of class.

How to create a network, make a name for yourself, and grow up to bigger jobs are the same for all courses, and as we saw in our evaluation of design design graduates, universities are better than prepaid students before realizing it. World

However, to learn more is to learn more, to help fresh face graduates on the long path of success, to listen to some of the major names in the industry, to hear how the graduates need to survive.

01. Be patient

HudsonBack, co-founder and director of Hudson Group, says, “Do you expect to work for the role and studio / clients, show interest, research and do not expect to be overnight.” “Once you were at the end of the phone or email, stay settled.”

02. Identify your value

Intern Magazine editor Alec Dudson advises: “Understand the value you bring in any value and do not work your work for free, because it shows that you do not see that value yourself.”

03. Start a friendship

“Research the project instead of agencies. Love people, speak up and complement your work,” enthusiastically designer whom Tholenin “Collaborate with agencies – maybe there is a project or an idea for which you can ask their guidance or maybe they want to do it with you?”

04. Be the entrepreneur of the industry

“Be a great storyteller. Become curious, but there is a good understanding of business and brands,” Love Strategist Neil Bennett advised.

05. Take a real interest

Craig counsels Oldham, “You have to naturally pool people around you that live with you, that you share values, principles and work ethic.” “Otherwise you are the person who works hard at the social event, under the nose of the business, runs a business card, and in my experience, that person does not like it.”

06. Solve problems

“It is easy to catch the next ‘IT’ technology or the buzz area, but it is important to remember that the designer’s strongest and most important skills are research (both for the client and for the user), with the ability to solve creative problems,” Shillington’s Director Sarah McHug says.

07. Learn from the mistakes

“I’ve made a lot of mistakes, many to mention. I’ve broken up, worked with terrible clients, but all those experiences have taught me an invaluable amount,” shares Dudson. “Failure is the best way to grow, it does not kill or is not around.”