I do very little visual design these days. Portfolios tend to overemphasize that, even if I'm talking about non-visual contributions.
I focus on design and product strategy, process, and mentorship. Stuff like that. I can tell you about this work and my impact, but a conventional portfolio feels misleading and distracting from that.
Also keeping one up to date isn’t where I want to spend my energy these days.
I’m not looking for contract work or a new job.
And even if I was, I’m fully remote, and mostly only considering more unique opportunities. This means not your Senior Design role at a crypto startup. A thousand times no.
But if you want to talk about something else, like collaborating on a video or podcast, then reach out.
This is where my energy and focus is right now. I’m trying to scale up how to share what I’ve learned, which is a weird hodge-podge over a varied career.
I also need a creative outlet that isn’t building products for other people.
I almost never, ever post. I’m trying (a little) to engage more, but it’s not a high priority for me.
This is shelved for now. Felt a bit like a part-time job, but I plan on returning after re-thinking my approach.
When I return, it’ll likely be a combination of co-working, open office hours, and gaming.
Trying to get back in here too, mostly to practice visual composition, but it’s slow going.