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@freedom The other places publishing work are articles about some of the spaces that the work is displayed in, not specifically the work itself. In those cases they have worked directly with the client and our company isn't in the loop of it getting published. My company doesn't have a website with work on it, so I can't link to that and refrence things that I have worked on.
@omg trying to just make it not quite so dated and create a platform for adding new stuff. the old one was flash (when that was acceptable) I'm going for something that's a little more responsive and modern. As for looking for a job, I've been toying with heading back out to the west coast (I'm in Michigan now), to be closer to family. So I haven't been actively looking, but I'd like to start putting feelers out and a place to put some work and descriptions of what I do seems like the best place to start. I don't have any ties here any more, so there's no reason to stay.
@shellie I'm pretty clear of my part on the project, I don't do the design work, but I play a large role in the execution of the projects and direct the user experience throughout the system. We're a pretty small firm, so I play quite a few parts.
It seems like the description on the website with requests for examples is the way to go at this point. Really appreciate all the advice and input guys. here's the nda, I think it's pretty standard but I'll let you be the judge of that. Some of the stuff about research and knowhow and IP seems a bit crazy, do they expect me to forget all I've learned? I'm not going to go and re-create anything somewhere else, but as we all know, nothing is completely original, especially when it comes to code. It should have been a red flag when they asked me to sign it after having worked there for a few years:
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