Panel Discussion

Design Interviewing 101 | Networking and Interview Prep for the Modern Job Search

Thursday November 16th, 2017

6:30 - 8:30 PM

460 King St. West

460 King Street West Enter through the glass doors on Spadina.

Details

$45.00

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Event Details

Planning to interview for a design role? Whether you’re a Design student or grad, training to become a User Experience or Interface Designer, or you’re a Hiring Manager looking to hire for design roles, join us Thursday, November 16th for an in-depth discussion on preparing for and excelling in design interviews.

You’ve got the skills, but how can you go about showcasing them effectively? Our expert panelists will weigh in on what they look for in applicants, what impresses them the most, and how you can take your skills and stand out from the competition.

*Event is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Topics of Discussion

  • How to plan for a design interview
  • Steps for building an impressive portfolio
  • The key traits Hiring Managers look for in design applicants
  • Ways to set yourself apart
  • How to speak effectively and confidently
  • A look at typical design interview questions

Speakers

Brad MacDonald

Brad MacDonald

Lead Educator - User Experience Design, Senior UX/UI Designer at Konrad Group

Vadim Tslaf

Vadim Tslaf

Director of Design & UX

Joel MacLeod

Joel MacLeod

Creative Lead, Digital Marketing

Andy Slater

Andy Slater

Design Director

What You'll Get

Insights from industry experts

Snacks & refreshments at our campus

Networking opportunity with like-minded professionals

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Toronto Campus

460 King St. West
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1K7

Toronto

Ready to Start Learning?

Join a dynamic group of like-minded professionals and industry leaders.

Thursday November 16th, 2017

6:30 - 8:30 PM

460 King St. West

460 King Street West Enter through the glass doors on Spadina.

Details

$45.00

What You Get
Reserve Your Spot

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