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Perhaps moreso than other professions, designers post most of their work online, giving recruiters ample context to efficiently engage with qualified people. Much of design recruiting, however, is primarily done using resumes, LinkedIn and job boards. Fortunately, there are a couple sites that are excellent for finding and evaluating design talent: Dribbble and Behance.

Metis Head of Careers Megan Ayraud joins us to share her recommendations on how to best navigate Dribbble and Behance to find and engage with designers.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • Ways to engage with Dribbble's designers most interested in hearing about your open role, and how to identify top Players through Shots, Projects, and more 
  • How to qualify Projects, Appreciations, and other user stats on Behance to discover top designers and how to use Adobe Talent to connect with over 5 million candidates
  • Key qualities, skill sets, and differentiators to pay attention to when evaluating different types of designers

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Our Presenters

amanda meister.jpgAmanda Meister is Entelo's first dedicated Technical Recruiter specializing in building out our Engineering, Data Science, and Product teams. Prior to Entelo, Amanda was focused in ad tech and developed her hiring experience being a sole recruiter at Virool, to working on a collaborative global recruiting team at AdRoll. She started her career working in the agency sector at Workbridge Associates and at Hack Reactor. Amanda graduated with a Masters in Cognitive Science from the New School University and was able to build two boats for classwork including an Umiak and a Pilot Gig which she had the opportunity to row to the Statue of Liberty.

AAEAAQAAAAAAAA3hAAAAJGYzOTMzMTAyLTJlNjItNGViNi1iYmM3LTNhZDNmNDJiM2VkMg copy.jpgMegan Ayraud is the Head of Careers at Metis where she leads the development of the company's career curriculum and apprentice program, ensuring all Metis students and graduates receive excellent career support from companies looking to hire Data Science talent. She has over seven years of full lifecycle technical recruiting experience and has successfully coached hundreds of people through their job search including: creating a personalized career strategy, identifying open job opportunities, providing introductions, preparing candidates for interviews, and navigating them through the salary negotiation process. Megan is passionate about helping people identify the right career choices and jobs they love. She has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Pepperdine University.