As I’ve been coaching my UX clients to land amazing new jobs, I’ve come across a few common errors. Many of them centering around portfolios. Portfolios are the bread and butter of your application. If your portfolio is not professional containing meaningful projects that go in depth into to your process, and showcase the best you have to offer, you might want to consider these five things before you apply for another role.
Where are you in your UX/UI Job hunting process? Are these tips helpful to you? What have been your biggest hangups getting that next role?
Leave a comment if you found one of these things helpful and are running right now to your portfolio to fix it!