Chapter 2. Understanding Your Skills

Times are challenging. To remain competitive, professionals across the spectrum have been forced to navigate new technologies, embrace new ways of conducting business, switch career paths, learn new tricks. Being nimble is the key to gainful employment.

Your Preferred Qualifications

On the surface, a designer’s aesthetic and creative abilities, cultivated in school and polished by hours on the job, may seem specialized.

But our educational and professional experiences have also supplied us with knowledge that can be broadly applied. Leveraging that knowledge into emerging opportunities requires a thorough understanding of your tool kit. So let’s talk about what you do well, the design skills that provide ...

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