What to Include in Your Design Portfolio | Andy Buddandybudd.com/archives/2021/06/what-to-include-in-your-design-portfolio
The purpose of a portfolio site is simple: to showcase the skills you have to the people who might want them. As such I’m often surprised when I see folks who describe themselves as UX/UI designers, choose to focus their portfolio on the UI side of the equation. It feels to me that these people may be selling themselves short by only focusing on a fraction of their skill-set, but before I jump into details, let’s start with some caveats.
UX Hiring: The Power of the Screening Question | by Jared M. Spool | UX Strategy Playbook with Jared Spool | Mediummedium.com/creating-a-ux-strategy-playbook/ux-hiring-the-power-of-the-screening-question-3ba4855b6ea1
We use a tailored form of this question when we’re helping clients with their UX hiring. While the specific question we ask candidates will vary, it does the same thing each time: It tells us which…
Product Design Portfoliosbrianlovin.com/overthought/product-design-portfolios
A living list of useful and inspiring product design portfolios.
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Puerto Rican Family, Lower East Side, 1970
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The work of Jonathan Harris and collaborators
We're big fans of single purpose artifacts that perform one task well. We find that being very strict about input/output diversity, and making the few essential interactions tangible, usually ends up in aesthetically pleasing objects..
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