BREAKING IN: Over 100 Product Designers Reveal How to Build a Portfolio That Will Get You Hired
BREAKING IN® Product Design helps you build the portfolio you need to get the job you want. With advice from over 100 product design luminaries, BREAKING IN® gives you an unfair advantage over the rest. Get specific advice from the exact people you want to work for. Learn what Creative Directors are looking for in your portfolio. Avoid the common traps that most portfolios fall into. Learn how the best in the industry got their start. BREAKING IN® contains interviews with: Yves Behar, fuseproject Chris Bangle, Chris Bangle Associates Ralph Gilles, Chrysler Moray Callum, Ford Neil Brooker, DesignworksUSA Blaise Bertrand, IDEO Jonas Damon, frog Robert Brunner, Ammunition Jason Mayden, Brand Jordan, Nike Michael Young, Michael Young Mike Simonian, Mike & Maaike Kyle Swen, Astro Studios Gadi Amit, NewDealDesign Don Norman, Nielsen Norman Group Jonah Becker, HTC Howard Nuk, Samsung North America Dan Harden, Whipsaw Sohrab Vossoughi, Ziba Dick Powell, Seymourpowell Michael DiTullo, DEI Holdings Laurene Leon Boym, Boym Partners Allan Chochinov, core77.com & SVA Felicia Ferrone, fferrone design Sigi Moeslinger & Masamichi Udagawa, Antenna David Fellah, DesignIt Paul Bradley, frog Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti Achim Badstuebner, Mercedes-Benz Alberto Villarreal, Google Gianfranco Zaccai, Continuum Klaus Tritschler, ICON Aircraft Christopher Chapman, Hyundai Max Burton, MATTER Donald Strum, Michael Graves Design Group Derek Jenkins, Mazda Stuart Macey, Hyundai & Author of H Point Stuart Karten, Karten Design Ravi Sawhney, RKS Design Brad Richards, Ford Ernesto Quinteros, Johnson & Johnson Nasahn Sheppard, REI Todd Ellis, Puma Ken Musgrave, Dell Branko Lukic, NONOBJECT Klaus Rosburg, SONIC Design Curt Bailey, Sundberg-Ferar Harm-Willem Hogenbirk & Marc Nagel, Pilotfish Rhys Newman, HERE/NokiaPip Tompkin, Pip Tompkin Design Studio And over 60 other global product, furniture and automotive design leaders, creative directors, recruiters and educators. See breaking.in for more information.