Great reading for the low end of Youth - those still considering a place to study. This is a success story with lots of advice that appears sound to me.
It also speaks to an emerging career choice - one that is actually a modification of an earlier career choice. This modification will, I think, pull in more candidates because it is both much broader in scope and pulls at the strings of many young minds - opportunity for self expression in a job that both pays well if you are talented and has a future.
It also references something but doesn't include any link to the reference. A talented youth will find it but sometimes it takes a kick in the l*9% to get some moving. It is practical advice from another success on being prepared for the market and it can be found at http://idealog.co.nz/design/2014/07/classroom-client. The title is From Classroom to Client. It is also worth a read.
Simon Staffans: "[...] even though we’re closing in on half a millennia since Leonardo died at Clos Lucé, so much of what he thought and taught is applicable today. It’s even possible to directly relate some of the truths he spoke to the multiplatform transmedia cross media world of today" ...
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