Adam, Multimedia Designer
What are your primary responsibilities?
I develop art for multimedia (print, web and cell phone devices)
What languages/tools/resources do you use to accomplish these tasks?
To accomplish my tasks I use a wide variety of resources from the web, school notes and, of course, my peers.
What is a ‘typical’ day like for you?
It's hard to say how a typical day would go. Each day, depending on what projects are on the go, are different from each other. Having said that, a typical day might vary from developing new designs for print, web or cell phone devices to exporting files and other degrees of pre and post production of artwork.
How did you find out about your position?
I found out about the position during my online search for a job.
What was the interview process like?
The interview process was much longer than any other I had had before it. I went through three stages:
1. Phone Interview – I was asked about previous positions I had held with other companies as well as skills and experiences I felt I had.
2. Skill Testing – I had to design a website mock up in a style chosen by the interviewer.
3. Interview – We discussed the website mock up outlining why I had made certain design choices. We also discussed my portfolio.
What do you like to do for fun outside of work?
Outside of work I enjoy movies and generally spending time with my girlfriend, family and friends.
What I like most about my job.
What I like most about my job is that I feel as though I have a valued opinion. I feel as though I am part of a team rather than just being another ID tag.