The RookieUp Blog
One minute you’re chatting confidently with your coworkers—throwing around jargon left and right—and the next, you feel like you’ve jumped into the deep end of the proverbial pool.
If you’re thinking about learning to code or you’re new to the programming scene, one of the most intimidating parts of getting started is the sheer enormity of it all.
Finding a skilled programmer is among the toughest things for businesses to do. Tech wise, getting hold of a good developer with prowess and know-how on their individual tasks and work ethics isn’t easier too.
If you are a designer – whether it be graphic, interior, or web design – you know you need to have examples of your work to show perspective clients. Your portfolio will tell your unique story and showcase your aesthetic.
If you’re learning design, it’s crucial to stay inspired every day. In this article, we give ideas for the best ways to use social media for inspiration.
Trying to start a design career but aren’t sure what type of design you should specialize in? In this article, we lay out the basics of some popular fields.
Building a design portfolio is hard. Especially when you’re just starting to learn the fundamentals of design, coming up with ideas for projects to help you practice your skills can be overwhelming.
So you’ve decided to start a career in UX/UI Design. In this article, we’re sharing ideas for 5 easy UX/UI projects to get your portfolio started!
If you’re trying to launch a freelancing design or web development career, having an effective strategy to find and retain clients is crucial.
If you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve already started learning design skills online.
We launched our Career Bootcamps a few months ago with the goal of creating a new kind of bootcamp for aspiring designers.
The difference between seasoned designers and new designers is rarely their skillsets. Generally, new designers know how to use the tools the same way as someone who has been designing for twenty years.