Campfire #34: Three tips for presenting design work during an interview
The difference between getting the job or not, has everything to do with how you present your work to potential clients.
It’s much more important how you present your work rather than the actual work itself. Even talented designers with strong backgrounds can miss an opportunity if they don't take care of a few basic steps.
It’s the best communicator who gets the job. Not the best practitioner.
So, if you're not getting the jobs you want but believe your work is good, the problem could be how you present your design work.
How to keep the hiring manager interested during portfolio presentations?
When it comes to presenting your work, not all organizations require a formal presentation. However, it has become a norm for many folks in the industry.
In the past few years, I’ve interviewed dozens of designers, and here are a few tips to keep the hiring manager engaged when presenting your work.
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