I have no idea what this site is selling/promoting/describing/explaining as
it's in Dutch and more than a little weird but I love the exploratory
interface. Highly playable for a Friday, ultimately pointless but shows me a
new executional approach.
I recently changed the format of my portfolio to a Wordpress blog
(from a cool, but difficult to maintain Flash site). I've also
updated the content in the portfolio and would like to get some
feedback (off list to avoid a crush of email in everyone's inboxes).
The majority of my work for the last year has been outside the more
normative forms of IxD such as interface design or IA, and I would
like some more seasoned opinions on the work.
> Anyone have some rockin' examples they want to share with the group?
I really like http://www.okaydave.com/- especially at the project level with
a story (video) and other details like process, screenshots etc
When I graduated from grad school last year and was looking for a job, I
thought that my portfolio would be the single best tool to prove my
capabilities. Although I did get a decent amount of traffic, most people (6
out of 7) who had called me for interviews didn't bother to go through my
Hi Folks, I curious to know people's thought are on what would
constitute a good portfolio for an Interaction Design/Usability job
seeker. I essentially straight from grad school to teaching;never had to
review resumes in my previous career :) and now my students are asking
those type of questions. Hopefully people have some experiences to
share/advice I can give to them. Should they avoid flash online
portfolios? Do them only in HTML..etc