Presenting your portfolio is about more than the work it holds; how you talk about it is what makes the difference. Learn some tips from hiring managers and career gurus about ways to present your design portfolio with panache.
Learn how to land your next job by understanding the perspective of your interviewer. Armed with these six profiles of typical hiring managers, you’ll ace your next interview. User experience has become a red-hot design topic and for a good reason: You have to understand what makes people tick in order to develop seamless...
Are graphic design portfolios the new online resume? Check out these tips and examples for great portfolio design.
The Creative Group explores 5 common interview mistakes designers make.
The online design resume is one of the most intimidating things new job seekers have to deal as they begin their careers. Creating an online design resume requires different skills and considerations than traditional print resumes. Furthermore, most people in a position to give a new job seeker advice about resumes haven’t competed in the job...
As HOW’s online editor, I’m heavily invested in the latest developments in the design world—and, of course, great portfolio design. So imagine my excitement when I first heard about the new Kredo app, known widely as “the world’s first retina-quality portfolio network.” Designed for the iPad by Format.com co-founders Tyler Rooney and Lukas Dryja,...
Sponsored: How can you make your online design portfolio stand out from the crowd? For some essential inspiration, check out what these designers have done with their Squarespace sites.
Ilise Benun looks at "Nail It: Stories for Designers on Negotiating with Confidence" by Ted Leonhardt.
Interviewing recent college graduates can be tricky since you don't have the benefit of a career path to access. So it's essential to find effective means of evaluating young creatives to find the best candidates for your business.
Check out these eye-catching resume designs for some great inspiration and learn how to fine-tune your own self-promotion package.