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Mitch Goldstein
A good portfolio is not just a collection of things you made. It is a collection of how you think.
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Simon Charwey Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst @geoffwilsonUX
This is it! Design Curriculum shld be teaching our design students "that how you socially engage, what topics you primarily share and discuss, and what questions you ask are more representative of ur problem solving process and skills than a glance-over portfolio."
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C Rob Mar 12
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Simon Charwey Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst @geoffwilsonUX
And I'm glad has define what a portfolio should reflect that complete the story.
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Mitch Goldstein Mar 12
Replying to @rockcrobsta
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Will Stewart Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
I agree. I’ve started including “concept backgrounds” to my logo/branding presentations so that my clients can understand why I made the choices I made.
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rami james Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
This is why when I take on new hires they run a gauntlet. I want to know how they react, what process they build, and see what the output is. Prett pixels dont mean anything to me if there is no thought behind them.
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juuuulianne Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
I was just talking to my mentee about this today!
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Samuel Nevils Mar 12
Replying to @willcstewart @mgoldst
When I was in school, we had to keep a process book and we had to write a creative brief for every assignment.
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Dafi Kühne Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
A collection in any way is never just a list of things. A collection is always curated. If not, it is just a number of things but not a collection.
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Randy Willoughby Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
I’m screwed
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Squeezedeez Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst @HaleyMade
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G. Garrastegui, Jr. Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
Showing process to support your concepts are so important...
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Iván Uru Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
Hi Mitch, do you have any good examples?
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Mitch Goldstein Mar 12
Replying to @vheissu_
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Iván Uru Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
Thanks!
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Matt Mar 12
Replying to @mgoldst
A portfolio should communicate who you are, what you do and how you do it? Correct me if I am wrong
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Luiz Amorim Mar 13
Replying to @mgoldst
But then, how many recruiters or professionals are looking for it rather than a bunch of image bank illustrations and template design? Two edged sword?
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Luiz Amorim Mar 13
Replying to @mgoldst
I think that’s never the ideal world. I’m proud of following you and your ideas, I wish I could have had a mentor/boss like yourself. But sometimes it’s tricky to not act on what the demand is asking for - in this case I think we should aim for a target.
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Aaron Mar 13
Replying to @mgoldst
What I find most fascinating is seeing what didn’t work and the thought process that followed. Oh also seeing iterations evolve!
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