The fun interactive stuff that
Unlike the programmers, I will still get some scraps of work from Roar, designing animated titles and DVD covers, and tarting up pitch documents. But I am having to saddle up the old mule that is my folio (yes we are on to the next vehicle metaphor, please keep up) and haul it around town to try to drum up work.
In fact my actual black vinyl folio full of print samples from pre-2000 will probably stay under the bed, and my online folio will do most of the heavy lifting. Practically all my recent work is screen-based anyway, so its nonsensical to print out a whole lot of screenshots and cart them around.
This afternoon I started writing a job application, addressing some selection criteria. Four hours later I was heartily sick of this person I was describing, with his wide general knowledge and his pride in delivering on time and under budget. Don't even get me started on his sense of humour and his flexibility - sheesh. What a jerk.