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The One Skill that will Get You Hired as an Experiential Designer

The One Skill that will Get You Hired as an Experiential Designer

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E03: A conversation with Jemma Radick, experiential design director at IA Interior Architects. We discuss breaking into experience design, preparing a portfolio, and the skills she looks for when hiring.
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Interior Architects
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Mentorship
Experiential Graphics
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Leadership
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