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Shel Perkins, “Talent Is Not Enough: Business Secrets For Designers”
Peachpit Press | 2006 | ISBN: 0321278798 | 392 pages | PDF | 1,7 MB

"Now that design skills have become a commodity, you need business skills to focus them. Shel Perkins has written a crackerjack book that will be on the shelf of every ambitious designer." Marty Neumeier President, Neutron LLC, author of Zag and The Brand Gap "This is the best left-brain business book I've ever read for right-brain designers. And, having two right brains, I know what I'm talking about. I'm recommending Shel's book to every student of mine and buying a copy for each designer on my staff." Brian Collins Chief Creative Officer, Brand Integration Group, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide "Damn good advice! This is a fantastic business handbook for designers. It's loaded with the specific, usable, real-world business knowledge that designers need. Shel has done a masterful job of making the information simple, clear, and easy to follow. This is a must-have book for any designer who wants to succeed in business." Billy Pittard President, Pittard Inc. "This is the most concise and brilliantly informative guide I have ever wished I'd read before establishing three studios for ATTIK. Shel has managed to capture a vast array of learning that most of us only gather after many years of trial and error -- a guide that every independent designer or agency owner should have within arm's reach." Will Travis President, U.S. Operations, ATTIK "Many design firms and designers have benefited from Shel Perkins' sound business perspectives and advice. Now Shel has written a valuable guide that continues that process. The lucky readers of Talent Is Not Enough: Business Secrets For Designers will absorb many important messages that are essential to success. Shel deserves a 'Thank You' for rendering this service to all designers." Roz Goldfarb President, Roz Goldfarb Associates, author of Careers by Design "Although designers are highly skilled at applying their creativity toward solving design-related problems, most lack the fundamental business knowledge that would enable them to start or optimally run a firm. Whether you're a student, design contractor or design firm owner, Shel Perkins' new book, Talent Is Not Enough: Business Secrets For Designers, is a comprehensive source of information on the professional practice of design." Gerard Furbershaw Co-Founder and COO, Lunar Design "Destined to become a dog-eared reference for all those parts of running a design firm that they never taught in college." Mitchell Mauk Principal, Mauk Design "A confident and perceptive mentor, Perkins creates a painless navigation through a range of strategies and issues." Communication Arts Magazine "Our favorite design consultant and your future best friend, Shel Perkins, literally wrote the book on this subject. Because he's a designer himself, he can give advice in a way that doesn't make creative types want to hurt themselves." Alissa Walker UnBeige "A great overview of all of the issues that designers need to know to be in business." Nathan Shedroff Author of Making Meaning and Experience Design "This book is simply a must-have for anyone working in the design profession." Deanna Moore AIGALosAngeles.org "This is a fantastic book, everyone should have a (well-worn) copy. In Shel's typical style, the information is delivered in clear, concise language. Required and highly valuable reading for us all." Rob Bynder Principal, Robert Bynder Design "Packed with information on everything from how to get started to how to stay afloat." STEP Magazine "Shel Perkins spells out every aspect of business for every type of designer in a language that is easy to understand. From career paths to pricing to legal issues, no stone is left unturned. This book is an invaluable asset." Troy Finamore Finamore Design "It is by far one of the best -- if not the best -- graphic design business book I have read." Daniel Schutzsmith GraphicDefine.org "Whether you're just getting out of design school, thinking of going out on your own, or having large-firm growing pains, this is the book for you." Mike Lenhart GraphicDesignForum.com

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