EDIT 25 June:
#WWDC20: users will now be able to unlock the car with the Apple Watch. 😁
I created this concept 2 months before
How I designed my Interview as a Product Design Intern
The first part is about the Context of how I received the call, the context and what I was doing. My grandmother always told me "Do good deeds and forget you did them. Do wrong and remember it."
Table of context
- EDIT 25 June:
- Table of context
- 1. Discover.
- 2. Definition
- 3. Exploration
- 4. Execution
- The Result 🏆
- Discovery — building a basic understanding of the problem with all the requirements
- Definition — identifying and frames the problem
- Exploration — ideate, sketches and define what and how am I going to solve this problem
- Execution — iterative design, test, and implementation
What are your concerns and why is this a problem?
I started dividing the job offer into everything it provides, avoiding preconceptions or assumptions.
Follow the full link to the canvas.
Defining my audience
I know that my mentor works for Uber and that I will work with him if I will be accepted.
Time Schedule ⏰
The interview will last 30 minutes on Zoom
Why do I want to be hired?
What are the parameters?
I divide what I need and what is sought in the evaluation parameters.
While still a voice informal conversation, how can I digitally support this conversation to make the most of it?
The Result 🏆
Create cinematic presentations, share them with a link, and collaborate with others in real time.
I've received very different opinion about this approach. Would love to listen to yours too!
After talking to mentors and colleagues, the idea of this approach sparked several debates.
I reflected about the mistakes I made:
- It is ok that you demonstrate why you care about this job
- You need to demonstrate to your recruiter before you are the right person for what he wants to see...
- ...before giving way to your "uniqueness" to appear.
- Otherwise, for those who don't know you, it can truly be considered fanaticism.