How to start building up your design portfolio

Graduating from design school and trying to get your first job can be one of the most frustrating times in your career. You need a design portfolio to get a job, but you haven't had a full-time design job before, so what are you going to put in it? Worry not. There are quite a… Read More »

SoundCloud Reveals Partnerships With Native Instruments, Serato at ADE

SoundCloud is on a roll. Hot on the heels of an announcement earlier this month allowing all users of the open audio platform to tap into the company’s monetization tool at no additional cost for subscribers, SoundCloud revealed more big news Thursday. The Berlin-based streaming platform has announced partnerships with Native Instruments, Serato, Virtual DJ,… Read More »

BTS Extends Contract With South Korea’s Big Hit Entertainment

K-Pop boyband BTS has extended its contract with South Korea’s Big Hit Entertainment, it was announced on Thursday, Oct. 18.  The group’s members — RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook – each signs on for an additional seven years. The seven-member BTS first debuted in 2013 and has grown to become one of the most… Read More »

Steve Ballmer Aims to Reinvent Watching Sports on TV with Clippers CourtVision

Whwb the CEO at Microsoft over a decade ago, Steve Ballmer dreamed of bringing interactivity to TV. He explored the possibilities of innovating everywhere from scripted entertainment to video games, but didn’t get far. Now as CEO of pro basketball’s Los Angeles Clippers, his dream is finally becoming a reality Wednesday when his team takes… Read More »

Adobe Black Friday 2018: the deals we expect to see this year

Hoping to pick up an Adobe Black Friday deal? Well, you've come to the right place. Whether you’re a student or professional looking for an Adobe Creative Cloud deal – and whether you’re a graphic designer, web designer, artist, photographer, motion designer or more – we’ll have the best Adobe Black Friday deals right here,… Read More »

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Despite her brilliant energy and comic timing, Melissa McCarthy has starred in a number of not-so-great and forgettable movies—a streak that ends with Marielle Heller’s “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” Here, McCarthy makes a grouchy curmudgeon into a surprisingly sympathetic figure, throwing off her likable persona to play someone who is cold to those close to her,… Read More »

The Best Strange: The Young Actors of Mid90s on Starring in Jonah Hill’s Directorial Debut

“Mid90s” is a story that comes from a very personal, if not surprising part of writer/director Jonah Hill, who went from man-child comedy protege to two-time Oscar-nominee without playing characters who broadcasted his fandom for and deep knowledge of skateboarding culture. Using real-life skaters as his lead actors, and having an attention to period detail that explicitly eschews… Read More »