Why you should ignore social expectations and start listening to your own desire

Why you should ignore social expectations and start listening to your own desire

Previously

Late nights and early warnings

How unhealthy projects break your business and our plan to help you fix that

by Rachel Gertz

Rachel explains how digital project management, apprenticeship, and Louder Than Ten’s brand new program can transform your projects and your organization.

Simplestimate

Project estimates made simple…or not

by Douglas Maitland

Simple Estimate, or ‘Simplestimate’ (which my autocorrect has been struggling with all day), is a new web app that aims to offer exactly what it says on the tin.

Dressing for the occasion

Experimenting with dress codes for the 20th-century

by David Fairbrother

An informal social experiment about workplace apparel, authenticity, and authority.

Dessert Island: True confessions of a marketing copywriter

Tips and tricks to help you communicate clearly and correctly

by Marshall Watson

Sometimes the words just don’t come out right. No matter who you are or what you do, we all need to be able to communicate our ideas clearly and correctly. Don’t worry! Coax magazine is here to help.

Amber Nash

The voice of Archer’s Pam Poovey talks with Coax about creative process, teamwork, and unlikely role models.

by Marshall Watson

The voice of Archer’s Pam Poovey talks with Coax about creative process, teamwork, improv, feminism, and the joy of unlikely role models.

Playing the corporate game

Learning how to thrive in the corporate world…or not

by Morgan Haines

It’s hard to play a game if you don’t know the rules. Is it worth trying to fit in if you have to change who you are?

Editor’s picks

Apprenticeship an internship replacement

A better path to mastering our craft

by Ivana McConnell

Ivana McConnell walks us down a familiar path to find our career footing—the path of an apprentice. Perhaps the best way to fireproof new industry talent is to apply those timeworn principles of the past.

Design machines

How to survive the digital apocalypse.

by Travis Gertz

A dystopian view of an internet designed by machines, and the mushy, emotional weapons we can use to fight back.

Take this job and do it

Working to live and feeling good about it

by Tyler Hellard

Tyler Hellard relates the practice of doing a job without really needing to like it.

The DPM apprenticeship

Viget shares the ins and outs of their recent digital PM program.

by Anna Lewis

Anna Lewis shares Viget’s biggest lessons in this hearty summary highlighting the twelve weeks they spent apprenticing their newest digital PM.

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