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Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don
Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don

Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don't teach you in design school, but should. Michael Janda

Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don't teach you in design school, but should


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Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don't teach you in design school, but should Michael Janda
Publisher: New Riders



If we keep following the way they want things done, there will be no good teachers left. Portfolios are sent for review digitally now. Oct 6, 2012 - You just can't take anymore! Do you have a “bucket” list? Schools have to go along because if they don't, their competitors will, and they'll get all the students. Is useful, but when you are thrust into the nitty-gritty of a project, you have to make decisions on the fly, react to things that you hadn't . What do you do that no one else can do? Think instead about what you know and have and want, and work to that. May 20, 2014 - Excerpted from Burn Your Portfolio: Stuff they don't teach you in design school, but should (New Riders). The best designers take "luck" out of the equation. It saves time and energy on the employer. Your season has ended, you're bored with the job or no longer feel challenged, the kids are too difficult, or you just need a change….Whatever the reason, whatever the rhyme, you're ready to leave teaching If you current certifications/credentials don't match up then it may be inevitable that you go back to school to expand your knowledge base and marketability. Don't fret over who might hire you, which is to cede ownership of your life to others. Jon Whitty, who teaches project management at the University of Southern… I see it all the time in real-life projects – all this stuff you do at the start, scoping planning etc. Feb 4, 2014 - The program is designed to make sure third-graders can read well before moving up, a goal almost everyone supports. Things to keep in mind: Update your skills continuously. May 19, 2014 - So I'm absolutely delighted to kick-off the series with Dr.

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