Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Jonathan Patterson Leave Behind

Updated on February 10th, 2010  |  
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Designed by Jonathan Patterson | Country: United States

“The package is a piece that I send to potential employers that showcases my design work. I produced about 20 pieces that I either send as a precursor to attempting to obtain an interview or as a leave-behind after an interview. In either event, it is designed to help me stand out from everyone else, which it has done very well.

There are about 12 samples of work inside the canister. Each sample gives a brief description of what the project entailed and my role in it. Each work sample also directs the viewer to my website where they can see that particular piece of work in its entirety.”

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Jonathan Patterson Leave Behind

1 Minute Read
patterson1

patterson1

Designed by Jonathan Patterson | Country: United States

“The package is a piece that I send to potential employers that showcases my design work. I produced about 20 pieces that I either send as a precursor to attempting to obtain an interview or as a leave-behind after an interview. In either event, it is designed to help me stand out from everyone else, which it has done very well.

There are about 12 samples of work inside the canister. Each sample gives a brief description of what the project entailed and my role in it. Each work sample also directs the viewer to my website where they can see that particular piece of work in its entirety.”

patterson2

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