Career and Employment Center

So you’ve landed the big interview. Congratulations, you have an opportunity to demonstrate your skills, knowledge, and passion to become part of a team of creative and talented artisans.

As a courtesy to all job candidates, we have provided this guide for interview preparation. Please read everything and use the advice provided to help your interview succeed.

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Your interviewers love seeing examples of work you have done. Please have a portfolio prepared with a diverse collection of your work or samples. Even if you are a coder, it is possible to have a portfolio of project source code.

When showing off portfolio items during the interview, please be prepared to answer questions about your motivation, idea development, and the client’s brief. Additionally, if you have used assets not designed by you in the development of your project, our interviewers will want to know what part of the project you performed.

Please bring a notepad, pencil, laptop, or some other means of taking notes. Our interviewers often suggest ideas for personal development during the interview process and they want to see that you to take note of any thoughts provided.

Taking notes, recording instructions, and humbly accepting criticism are very important skills we require for all potential employees within our organization.

As you will soon learn, our team is relaxed and comfortable. However, given the importance of an interview, we encourage all potential job candidates to dress in casual business attire. We value personal cleanliness and grooming as well.

While your skills and education are important, other factors weigh in too; creativity, performance, adaptability, business etiquette, clear communication, honesty, trust, and attitude.

As a design and marketing agency, we cannot afford to hire people who lack creativity and demonstrate original thinking. We will always be on the lookout for these qualities and expect to see it everywhere from your personality to your portfolio.

Your attitude and personality can either kill your chances or ensure that you are hired.

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