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Andrew Rogers
Account Director

Andrew Rogers

User experience

As Account Director, Andrew works with our key clients and ensures that our recruitment teams deliver the best possible service to them. With over 10 years of recruitment experience covering technology and digital sectors, he’s more than qualified for the job! After hanging up his brightly coloured football boots and the subsequent folding of his beloved Rogers Rovers FC, he now spends his time at the golf course in search of getting his handicap down to 5, although becoming a father may scupper this plan temporarily… He is also often found at the FH table tennis table ready to take on anyone who dares challenge him - what he’s not telling you is that he’s had training from his mother-in-law who’s a European champion!

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Do User Researchers need a portfolio?

In the past 18 months, we have seen the demand for user researchers explode and it is great to see businesses finally take this part of the design life cycle seriously. The contract market has become a very lucrative place for researchers. This is partly down to the government sector paying attractive day rates but this has snowballed into other industries as well as impacting the permanent market. In the past five years, research has always played second fiddle to the more recognised UX Architect role but now they are on a level playing field, if not slightly edging it. One question we are continuously asked is "how do I showcase my projects and do I need to be creating a portfolio?"

Top tips on how to create a portfolio

I am frequently asked by candidates of all levels of experience how to craft the perfect portfolio - or at least one that will demonstrate their experience. I thought it’s about time to stop repeating myself and create a post that will help you showcase your work and process in the best way.