Jumpstart your job search
Everything you need to know to land a product design job, from the resume to the on-site. All packaged into a delightful little guide.
Build a portfolio
Learn how to level up your portfolio and how to showcase your work like a pro.
Craft your case studies
Show employers compelling stories about your best design work.
Solve design challenges
Know what to expect with technical evaluations like design challenges and app critiques.
Ace the interviews
Detailed guides to on-site interviews, screener calls, hiring manager 1:1s, and more.
Goes down easy
Eight chapters of guides, examples, tips & tricks that'll help you land your next (or first) role as a product designer. Written with expert insight about the interview process.
Great for early-career designers
Looking for your first internship or full-time job? No problem – this kit is created with you in mind.
...And also more experienced ones
Even if you've interviewed before, The Interview Kit is the perfect refresher for your next job hunt.
Craft your story & stand out
Learn how to tell stories about your work and design experience. Get inspired by examples from great designers and companies.
Your interviewing cheat sheet
Get insights on the questions you'll be asked in every interview, and how to answer them.
Make your story stand out
Most designers tell the same stories about their work. Learn how to tell yours like an expert.
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Hello! My name is Oliver.
I’m a Senior Product Designer at Handshake and graduate of University of Washington’s Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design program. I created this guide because it’s something I wish I had when I was breaking into product design.
Throughout my years in design, I’ve been fortunate enough to interview with dozens of different companies and also help interview countless product design candidates. This kit is intended to share my experience and advice from being on both sides of the interview process.
This kit is also informed by research and discussions with recruiters, design managers, and other product designers. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com.