31. How can a designer reinforce their professional presence online?
- Keep their design style, professional photos, and personal brand consistent across platforms.
- Curate a company’s statement that reflects their brand and work.
- Post exclusive content on their preferred social media platform.
- Post personal opinions about non-industry subjects.
33. A designer creates a new Twitter account, posts pictures of several designs, and links her portfolio. How can this impact her job search?
- Recruiters are unlikely to check her social media accounts, so she can keep her interactions and posting activity to a minimum.
- Recruiters may find her designs since they often check social media accounts after the application process begins.
- Recruiters may review her Twitter account rather than a traditional portfolio to assess her work history and skills.
35. You are using a website builder to assemble your portfolio site. Which of the following are the most important things to remember when building the site? Select all that apply.
36. How might a non-disclosure agreement affect a designer’s portfolio?
37. A designer is working on their professional presence online. They’re trying to make their presence more uniform across platforms. What task should they start with?
- Putting their professional portfolio behind password protection
- Making sure their color scheme, logo, font, and other design elements are consistent
- Hiring a visual designer to create personalized marketing materials
- Starting entirely new professional presences on UX websites and social media platforms
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39. Should designers prepare for potential employers to check their social media accounts during the application process?
- Yes, potential employers typically check social media accounts to learn about a designer’s outside interests.
- No, designers don’t need to worry about employers checking social media accounts, since a resume and portfolio are typically sufficient.
- Maybe, but since it’s not always part of the application process, designers do not need to establish a strong presence on their media accounts.