SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: Information Architect Posit
Re: SIGIA-L: Information Architect Position at Intuit, Inc.
From: tessa (tessa7_at_pacbell.net)
Date: Fri Dec 07 2001 - 11:41:25 EST
I don't think there is a single answer to this question, as it depends on
many factors surrounding the deliverables themselves. I don't know what your
answer will ultimately be, but I have addressed it for my job search, as I
wrestled with that very issue. In the end I sanitized documents, etc. before
I posted them on a site. For putting myself and my ideas on the line, I do
get very thoughtful "thank you for playing" emails....
There are no guarantees, but do continue to try (and continue to protect
yourself). One thing you might keep in mind is that it keeps everything
above board to show a deliverable too small to read in your portfolio, with
a promise to show (not give) the real thing at an in-person interview. Good
luck to you, if you are seeking employment.
> From: Peter Van Dijck <peter_at_vardus.com>
> Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2001 11:41:58 +0000
> To: "Rau, Michelle" <Michelle_Rau_at_Intuit.com>, sigia-l_at_asis.org
> Subject: Re: SIGIA-L: Information Architect Position at Intuit, Inc.
> Which makes me ask this question:
> should I as an IA looking for a job have a portfolio? That could be hard to
> organise because of permission problems (from work and clients). What should
> that contain anyway? Specs? Maps? Layout diagrams?
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