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The August issue of desktop (#284) is now on sale.
It’s August already, and we’re pleased to announce our annual careers and education
issue. Each year we get asked a ton of questions: Where should I study? Should I work for free? How should I present my folio? How do I get a job? The August issue is where we ask the experts and find out the answers and more. Whether you are thinking about studying design, are about to graduate, or have been in the industry for a few years and looking for a change, there are plenty of tips, opinions and advice within these pages to get you on the right track – from checklists, to stress and interview tips to a design course guide, it’s all in here.
We’re also pleased to feature a profile on the boys at Motherbird (who also designed our fluoro cover), as well as nearly 40 illustrations by Melbourne-based illustrator Eirian Chapman.
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What’s inside the August issue:
Studio profile: Motherbird
Three years after setting up their studio, Motherbird just keep on producing the goods. We ask the trio about their favourite projects.
Talk: Work for free?
Should you work for free? We look at two opposing sides of the argument, with opinions from Jim Antonopoulos and Tim Cruickshank.
Course Guide: Australian design courses
Are you looking or do you know someone looking at starting a career in design? desktop provides a selection of design-related courses in Australia.
Career Q&A: Hoyne, Frost, Seesaw & Binocular
desktop asked four leading creatives for their advice, concerns and tips on getting a head start in the industry. We hear from Hoyne, Frost, Seesaw and Studio Binocular.
Checklist: Getting your dream job
The ultimate checklist for design students wanting that dream job. From getting your folio ready to cover letters to applications.
Create Design Awards: Shortlisted
We reveal the shortlisted entries for four categories: Print Commercial, Catalogue, Photography and Website categories.