9 comments

  • Darren AlawiDarren Alawi, over 5 years ago

    It's a good start, your bio is funny, not sure if that's your intention.

    Any reason why you restrict yourself to just product design? You're obviously capable of designing other stuff.

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    • , over 5 years ago

      It is my intention, haha. Also a play on the words most recruiters are trained to look for in candidates. Product design is what I'm currently focusing on and interviewing for roles in, so I wanted my portfolio to most strongly represent that. If I were focusing on more general roles, or wasn't actively interviewing, I'd probably show a larger variety of fields/work.

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    • Marvell Lahens, over 5 years ago

      Awesome work! I would tend to agree with Darren. You're already coming across as strong and very capable in product, but showing depth and breadth is just as important! Product design does not and should not only reference itself, but other disciplines, art forms, and sources of inspiration and I'd love to see more of that!

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  • , over 5 years ago

    Hello all! I recently published a new version of my site - would love more eyes on it to give feedback :)

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    • Account deleted over 5 years ago

      Your em dashes seem to be rendering as hyphens. I'm also curious about if people have asked about NDA work and how you've shown that (I'm in the same boat).

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      • , over 5 years ago

        Thanks for noticing, I'll check into it! For the most part I can bring up the project type and process during phone calls or in-person interviews, and I can sketch out flows on a whiteboard without giving away key details (such as company) - ability to do this definitely depends on the terms of your NDA. I've also pulled out certain screens/interactions and anonymized them to show examples before. It's certainly tricky to navigate!

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  • Craig Coles, over 5 years ago

    The work grid is a bit broken at larger screen sizes. You need to add some clearing on the proj-brief-wrapper and that should fix it

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    • , over 5 years ago

      Thanks for letting me know! Are you aware of the approx screen size it was broken at?

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      • Craig Coles, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

        It breaks for me from about 1820px up.

        Easiest way to fix this would be to add overflow: hidden to .proj-brief-wrapper.

        OR

        You could use an nth-child selector to clear: left on every odd instance of .static-proj-wrapper (.static-proj-wrapper:nth-child(odd)) , which would also make the min-height property redundant too

        Hope this helps :)

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