Ever had this moment where you are sitting in an interview for a job and you blank out in front of the interviewer? It is a real dreadful site for a professional logo designer to be unprepared in a job interview. This is especially for aspiring logo designers who lack the experience of going through the hiring phase. In order to pass a recruitment interview, you must come prepared with all possible things that might be asked from you. Since most design interviews are typical and have similar questions, you can brace yourself for the meeting well in advance.
So following are some of the most frequently asked questions that logo designers may encounter in their interviews. Be sure of making yourself prepared to answer them:
Q#1 Illustrate Yourself:
Although you write almost everything there is about yourself in the resume, the interviewer still asks this question first up. Define yourself is what most people are asked when they are seated in front of the interviewer. But majority of designers go blank over this question as they are don’t really know how to illustrate themselves in meaningful words. So, try and come geared up to answer this question in the best words possible.
Q#2 Reason for leaving earlier job:
If you are a designer wanting to switch their job, then this question is inevitable. The reason to ask this question is to make sure you are a stable person to hire. But many designers answer this question rather frankly. Even though you had some differences with your previous employer, it is better to put it in words that are easy to hear.
Q#3 Your Inspirational Logo Designer:
This questions lets the interviewer known that you value the work of other designers as well. Make sure that you have an ideal that you can tell about in the interview phase. Most designers are never ready to respond this and lose their way for a name. So, it is advised that you know which logo designer to talk about.
Q#4 Your Competitive Edge:
Since you will be competing against countless other aspiring contenders for the job, you must be prepared to tell what your competitive edge is. Make the interviewer convinced that what you have is unique and is worthy of being hired. But never boast too much about yourself and try to answer it in a modest way.
Q#5 Anticipated Salary:
For every interviewer, knowing the expected salary is crucial to the employment procedure. You can avoid talking about the salary in the preliminary stage of the interview, but eventually you have to tell how much are you anticipating from the employer. So make sure that you come well versed with the general salary ranges of the job that you are vying for.