• Ethan BondEthan Bond, over 5 years ago

    Sure, we agree then! I think your method is actually better than just having a public web portfolio. In part due to time commitment, but also because you can tailor it to each audience and you have the opportunity to provide additional context as necessary.

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    • Ryan Hicks, over 5 years ago

      Ya that's basically the situation I am in. I don't have the time to update it and maintain it. So I just send out links for them to download some screens and wireframes. Then we can have discussions around how I arrived to those solutions if they want further explanation. I did find that I ran into a couple of issues with this method. Some recruiters were not able to download them due to their internal IT restraints and had to pass it through their IT department for approval first, but that was only in two cases. So that's a con to this method albeit a rare case.

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