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Also check out this collaborative doc (and add recommendations) of "women who work in, through, around and for design"
This is really nice; it's refreshing to see you included a diverse group of designers from different types of companies all over the world.
This. Reach out to local universities design departments with HCI programs (DePaul, U of Chicago, Northwestern, Illinois from a quick search), they always have students who are looking for internships. Also see if any bootcamp programs like General Assembly have any candidates.
This is really slick Luke; I like how succinct everything is. A bit of (unsolicited) feedback is: I'm not sure what the point of the 'Everything Else' section is, are these projects you've worked on that don't warrant a full case study? Whatever the case is, I would make them bigger and maybe add captions to give some context. It looks like some cool stuff but I can't really tell because some are tiny.
One bit of feedback from the sample resume is the company/school names are underlined so I would expect them to be links.
A convoluted workaround could be using the Sketch Data Populator plugin with JSON data pulled from Google Sheets that is populated by a Google Form. It would allow you to send a Form (or send them the Sheet directly) to a client and then use their responses directly in Sketch.
If only Forrst was still a thing...
I love my Rambler too, having the expandable section makes it so versatile.
It's not in your mentioned price range, but our office switched to the Dell UP2715k 5k monitors recently and love them.
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