One thing that can make a candidate stand out is an ability to help derive insight and make design decisions based on it.
A great portfolio doesn't have to be a collection of glossy screenshots and big-name brands. Highlight your coding expertise. Send over your sticky note sketch artistry. Make sure you cover your experience working with different processes and navigating through the muddy stuff.
Pitch yourself as a gourmet chef who can make something delicious using the melting pot of design tools. Share articles you’ve written, data you’ve visualized, and talks you’ve given.
No matter what your materials look like, we’re most interested in understanding how you think critically about the ways design and technology interact.
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