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Azrehan wrote: Keep knocking on doors. Remember that the majority of jobs are not advertised. I think your work would do well in an exhibition. Build your network and get it into as many people's faces as you can.
dfishdesign wrote: Look at your egghop project. It's a great idea, and nice final presentation. But I have no idea how you arrived to your final design. I want see 4+ pages of sketch ideas and process.
dfishdesign wrote: I kind of get a feeling of your identity in the website, a crafty vibe with focus on execution. Maybe that's true? But that identity wouldn't appeal to in house design studios and consultancies. That identity would appeal to little design studios turning out specific products, like https://building--block.com/
rkuchinsky wrote:Do you have a more in-depth portfolio or project specific document you follow-up with? If I was hiring, I would certainly like to get a little more in-depth with your process and some of the nitty gritty problem solving following the first round of portfolio review.
ralphzoontjens wrote:If I were you I would deepen out the story behind my design work to explain my thinking and future goals, as well as how it can link to business goals, in order to be able to convince employers of not only skills and a positive mindset but also the willingness and ability to commit to a possible long-term relationship with an employer.
KenoLeon wrote:First reading
-The navigation detracts from your work, having that cursor and the navigation floating on top of the images is a bit confusing.
-Other areas I am not sure: The order of projects, lack of sketches , the about ( could be smaller) , the visual diary ( is needed ?) , the explanation of projects (more condensed) and other minor issues ( the site title) , all in all I really like your projects once I get into them.
As for the job part, I am not sure, plenty of good advice from others ( keep trying,network, do more traditional ID work, use personal projects to get contracts) I would also offer that one of your projects if not a couple seem ripe for kickstarter.
Yingying_Yang wrote:What do you think is the issue with the site title?
Yingying_Yang wrote:Which projects do you think seem ripe for kickstarter?
Max_Plummer wrote:These are all really nice! I particularly enjoy the playfullness in all these designs. They're absurd, whimsical, and often impractical (particularly that super fat phone case), but all beautiful and joyous. They make me smile.