Welcome back to Episode 2 of my UX Design Lightning Portfolio Critiques, where we aim to answer the question of what do hiring managers look for in my UX design portfolio?
One of the things that I find incredibly interesting about people is finding out how they got to where they are now career-wise. What is the path they took to success?
One of the topics on my mind lately is how to help people craft better UX design portfolios. And one of the tips I often give is to work harder at making your UX portfolio be different from all the others that are out there.
This is not a piece on how your UX interview needs to include you talking through your process and not just showing end deliverables.
Plenty of people have written about that and this is an absolute given. So, if you don’t do that already, definitely take that advice immediately! 🙂
What do companies look for in a UX Design portfolio?
As a hiring manager, I look at *a lot* of CVs and portfolios every week. I want to share some of my knowledge about what makes a good UX design portfolio so that you can improve your portfolios and make them as enticing as possible.