Talent Is Not Enough: Business Secrets for Designers
作 者： Perkins, Shel
10 The structure of this book In assembling this book, one of the biggest challenges has been to sort out many topics that are largely inter– woven and place them into one logical sequence. However, the book is also designed to serve as a quick reference for readers who are pressed for time. It describes different ways to make a living as a creative professional and it examines the key differences between a career as a designer and one as a fine artist. Most often,
this involves assignments received on a subcontract basis from established design firms. You can only identify those requests as being outside of the original scope if indeed that scope was well defined in the first place.