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How to Present Your UX Projects at Interview

Nathan Drew

Putting a great portfolio together and explaining projects on paper comes naturally to some, but here at Futureheads we’ve noticed that when it comes to talking about work during in an interview, things don't always go well for everybody.

So I thought it would be useful to follow up Andrew Roger’s blog on creating a great portfolio by sharing tips on how to talk about your UX work when you’re called in to interview.

From Seven Twitter Handles to Two

Be Kaler

When Futureheads first launched in 2009, we had one Twitter account tweeting our news, views, and jobs. Fast forward four years to 2013 and we added @FutureheadsTech, @FutureheadsPM, @FutureheadsUX, and @FH_Creative to the Twittersphere, followed by @FutureheadsProd and @FutureheadsMktg in 2014. Since then, we’ve grown each of our niche disciplines into robust teams, hiring new consultants yearly to help manage our ever-growing business and active Twitter accounts. While we’ve been chugging along quite happily, we’ve also been looking toward our short and long-term goals – managing more than seven Twitter handles was not one of them. And so, began our Twitter migration from seven handles to two.



We’re very excited to be a part of @LDconf – the lineup is looking awesome! Hope to see you there!

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