Why You Shouldn't Hire The 'Dynamic' Designer
Interviews favour extroverts. But, being good at interviews is a skill. Being able to turn on the charm for an interview is no indicator of future performance on-the-job. I personally know of people who have hired the person who performed the best in the interviews, only to realise that their interview prowess was no indication of future performance.
“Ross Chowles, founding partner of the Jupiter Drawing Room, confirmed in a 2011 Design Indaba talk that the crazily-dressed creatives with the wacky hairstyles usually produce the most boring work. “