We receive a number of resumes from applicants with web development, graphic design, and many other technical backgrounds. They eagerly seek opportunities in those fields, are confident in their work, and on occasion, proudly display the URL of their portfolio within the header of their highly stylized, impressively formatted resume. We love and appreciate this.
- whatever your specialization, show it off. Java junkie? Let’s see it.
- only give your very best. You must believe in work you’re putting forth before submitting it in hopes that someone else will believe in it, so make sure to showcase the most professional, highest quality projects that you were passionate about creating.
- avoid easily-to-fix mistakes. When we check out your online portfolio, we want to enjoy a smooth ride with very few to no bumps. Give your portfolio a test-run, ensuring that no links are broken and all graphics are viewable (red X’s can really kill the mood!)
- feel proud. You’re putting yourself and your work out there, and that in itself is something to pat yourself on the back for. The right company will eventually see the work, and you will land the perfect position.