Whether you're looking to grow your client list, win more work or climb the corporate ladder, you need to master the fine art of self-promotion – and Computer Arts issue 240 is your essential guide to doing just that.
A self-promotion special, it's packed full of expert advice and practical tips for promiting yourself – and it's on sale now (opens in new tab).
The bumper issue also comes with a free digital copy of The Self-Promo Handbook (opens in new tab), Computer Arts' best-selling guide to standing out from the crowd.
With the handbook, you get 100 pages of pro advice covering everything from how to boost word-of-mouth to strengthening your online presence, the most cost-effective forms of digital and print promo, designing a killer campaign, picking the right agent and more.
To celebrate the special issue, Hamburg-based designer and illustrator Florian Schommer (aka Kjosk (opens in new tab)) crafted a stunning isometric cityscape featuring a New York-style apartment block.
Computer Arts' finishing partner Celloglas then went to town on the print edition of issue 240, adding a double-layered emboss, matt silver foil highlights and a slick spot-UV to pick out the apartment windows.
Inside the issue...
- Promote yourself: get yourself noticed with our expert guide to the self-promo techniques that really work
- Increase your industry voice: the lessons all designers can learn from the creative industry's very best public speakers
- Adrian Shaughnessy reveals five proven rules for making an indelible mark on the design industry
- Self-promo for any budget: make your money go further with our guide to the most cost-effective promo options
- With the UK's General Election machine revving up and ready to go into overdrive, Steven Heller asks what part does graphic design play in each party's election pledge?
- Behind the scenes on Moving Brands' stunning identity for one of India's most impressive real estate start-ups, Housing
- How JUSTSO and Projection Artworks created a world first in projection mapping in their ambitious window display for Fabergé at Harrods, featuring an interactive, 1.5m animated virtual egg
- All the best new graphic design, illustration and motion graphics work – and much more
If you're interested in saving money on Computer Arts, a two-year subscription to the print magazine will save you a whopping 38% on the newsstand price.
A two-year subscription to the digital edition, meanwhile, will save you 45% (that's 10 free issues) – and a two-year sub to the print and digital Computer Arts bundle will save you a massive 59%.
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