How to Spot a Bad Graphic Designer (and How to Ensure You Don't Become One)

Any hiring manager will admit it can be tricky to get an accurate read of a person from a quick study of their resume and a brief interview or two. Candidates are obviously putting their best foot forward and know how to gloss over any potential shortcomings—and that polished front can really come back to sting employers.

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