My creative consultant tale — Part 2

My creative consultant tale: Part 2

Welcome back to “My creative consultant tale.” As you may recall from part 1 of this series, I was engaged in some competitive interviews for two different jobs. Both were senior user experience (UX) roles. One for an energy conglomerate and the other for a credit monitoring company. Read more

Relocating to San Francisco for a job

Relocating to San Francisco for a job

Looking to relocate to San Francisco for a job? Before you decide, check out this infographic on all the details about living, working and playing in San Francisco.

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My creative consultant tale — Part 1

My creative consultant tale: part 1

 

This is a two-part series, written by a guest blogger — one of our current consultants. Check back next week for part two.

As I reflect on my past four years with Synergis and all the years I’ve worked in the design and development industry, I realize that I’ve transitioned, grown and gained a bit of wisdom that’s worth sharing. Over the years, I’ve collected a number of notable lessons that have shaped my perspective as a contractor and creative professional. Some were enjoyable, some not so much, but all were constructive. All these experiences are meaningful in their own way and brought me to where I am today. Read more

8 tips to craft a winning creative resume

8 tips to craft a winning creative resume

In today’s competitive job market, your resume must make you stand out. With the increase in bootcamp trainings, specialized degree programs and advanced degrees, your background is likely similar to other job seekers. How you present yourself on your resume could be the difference between a call back or a declined application. Follow these simple guidelines to ensure your resume makes you shine.

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Synergis to participate in the North Fulton March for Babies

The North Fulton March for Babies last year took place on April 27, 2019. This year’s walk will be held on May 2, 2020 at The Green at Crabapple Market. Please visit March for Babies to learn more and register for the event.