Posts Tagged "interview"


I’ve blogged on this topic twice before and I’m trying something new that I wanted to share. I’ve seen some recruiters and hiring managers on LinkedIn saying everybody should do design challenges, you have to “earn” the right to work here, etc. And I’ve always advised people to not do design challenges except for specific […]

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A question I get somewhat frequently from up-and-coming UXers has to do with interviews. Although these people are showing up with small portfolios, the company interviewing them wants them to engage in a “design challenge.” That’s not just for up-and-coming people looking for entry level work. I’ve interviewed for senior-level UX work and at times […]

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Categories: Business

Tags: hiring, interview, jobs

There are times when I’m brought into a company on contract or full time, and one of my tasks is to help build the team. This means recruiting, reading resumes, interviewing, and suggesting who the company hires. Today I’d like to let you in on how I approach that. To avoid endless uses of both […]

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A recruiter contacted me about a Director of UX position. His boss, the guy who seems to be the owner of the recruiting company, wanted to consider me for it. He wanted a phone interview last week. We made that appointment. He completely stood me up. No email to say he was running late. No […]

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