Be nice. Or else.
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Good work, dude!
thanks. not a markdown hoss yet; how do?
here's some of my favs: http://readanddestroy.com/https://matthewblode.com/http://www.odiesenesh.com/http://nickboes.com/http://claudiadoms.com/http://monikersf.com/http://www.lennartsendebruijn.com/http://www.marisalim.com/http://theisbothmann.com/http://nunocoelhosantos.com/
I like em all for various reasons.
i dont think you need provide the hard numbers, especially if you mention NDAs. As long as you say something like "we performed research X, Y, and Z..." that should be good. I doubt any serious employers would demand to see the actual figures in your portfolio.
The more realistic requirement is a general conversational level of explanation, "you mentioned you performed research to get to this. Can you talk more about what you did, and what you found out, and how that led you to make what you made?"
serious question: "I'm a product designer" doesn't help in that regard?
awesome jekyll site. really thoughtful and silly in the best of ways to include your deviantart :P
I've gritted my teeth over making my portfolio over this question for 5-8 months. Where I've come to understand the foundation of a good case study. it's still completely up in the air as to whether or not a case study should be A. kept as simple as possible, or B. super detailed.
Nothing is universally good; nothing is universally awful.
It's more often the case people shout about how bad something is rather than how good something is, so I think it's bad for those that just don't like the agency environment.
Lots of people love the agency environment and swear by it.
yes and yes, probably around 1-3 a week. and it isnt bugs, its crashes.