Hi guys! It's been awhile since I last posted here. I got really good advice about pdf portfolios to send to employers last time but this time I'm wondering about showing printed work in interviews. I just finished an internship (as a jnr. creative) & now I am a drift again looking for the nxt opportunity to come around. I was wondering when it comes to showing a printed version of your portfolio & talking about it to an employer whether each piece of work should show what the development & thought process went behind coming up with the final piece. I think it would be a good thing because the employer can see how you wrk & also it would be easier for the candidate to have visual prompts especially for a visual position, right? On the other hand each project could be a number of pages long (too long?). So, book interviews should the printed portfolio just show off the finished pieces of work or would it be useful for potential employers to see a few pages on how you got to the final outcome. Any advice on this subject would be much appreciated. Thanks for reading!