Because freelancing is a very demanding role, requires wearing a lot of hats: to work on personal branding, social media performance, and reaching new clients. I want to focus on creating animation and visual things. Also, I'd live to have more financial stability.
If you have a couple of project in hand and the CEO asked if you can help him with something. Then you also received a phone call from another office (in a different time zone) to urgently finishing a graphic for them. How would you handle this?
I talked about a situation in college where we had to give a presentation with little information and how we had used our initiative to derive a formula to allow our project managers to be able to measure the success of the project.
Essentially, I did not receive the job due to a lack of technical narrative design skills. The person that was hired was a game designer with some QA experience thrown in the mix. Definitely the better person for the job.
They do really interesting projects and touch on a lot of fields so would be cool to see how things were done between different mediums. Wowever going for a junior role its quite hard to be trying to blow your own trumpet and saying you're the best